After a Sunday evening low of 8°C, we’ll be headed for a partly cloudy start to the week, with a medium chance of showers. We’ll reach a top of 13°C by early afternoon before westerly winds of 15-25 km/h turn southerly in the late afternoon, bringing with them a chilly overnight low of 6°C. If you’d already put your hot water bottles away, you’ll need to bring them out again; we’re in for some cold nights this week.
— Megan Herbert
What you need to know, currently.
California's heatwave is winding down as Tropical Storm Kay lashes its southern coast.
"While rain may seem like a welcome break for many heat-stricken Californians or a reprieve from the ongoing drought, the intensity combined with extremely dry land conditions could be dangerous. Additionally, the strong winds even have the potential to push temperatures up in some coastal cities."
What you can do, currently.