Clouds have increased across northern California, and most of us will end up with temperatures below to around average on Monday. There will also be a chance for some showers and thunderstorms across our region this afternoon and evening. High pressure is still centered to our east, and will pull monsoonal moisture north into our region over the next couple of days. This will result in cooler temperatures, cloudy skies, and the potential for showers and thunderstorms across northern California through Wednesday. We have partly to mostly cloudy skies overhead for the start of your Monday, and we'll continue to have clouds overhead through the day. Air quality impacts are mostly limited to the Butte County foothills, Plumas County, and areas closest to the Nevada border Monday morning. There are also weaker air quality impacts in the northern end of the valley and northern mountains early today. Temperatures are starting out in the 60's to 70's in the valley and foothills, while mountain areas have dipped into the 50's to 60's overnight. We'll have winds out of the northeast to around 10mph this morning, but south winds will return for your afternoon and evening. Sustained winds up to 15mph out of the south will be possible today, and we could see gusts up to around 25mph. Stronger gusts could develop locally around active weather if thunderstorms do develop later today. High temperatures are projected to top out in the 92 to 99 degree range in the valley, in the 80's in the foothills, and in the 80's to 90's in the mountains on Monday afternoon.