A trough approaching the west coast has already switched us back to an onshore flow, the southwesterly winds will cutoff the monsoon flow for now with dry weather the remainder of the week and gradually cooling temperatures. Skies becoming clear through this evening and breezy early on with lows in the upper 40's to lower 50's. Lingering moisture could bring some afternoon clouds tomorrow, but thunderstorms look less likley with a high near 80°. Daytime highs will remain in the upper 70's to around 80 degrees through the end of the week, while overnight lows generally cool to the 40's. Troughing along the west coast will maintain near-normal temperatures and dry weather over the Independence holiday weekend as monsoon moisture stays east of us for now. The heat and humidity could return towards the middle of next week.