Sunday's temperatures were much lower than expected due to the widespread cloud cover/scattered thunderstorms across the area.
Nearly 2,200+ lightning strikes were recorded Sunday, with a bulk of the lighting in Jackson and Josephine county.
There is a slight chance of thunderstorms through the beginning of the week mainly over northern California and east of the Cascades, but most areas tomorrow will be sunny and dry.
The Excessive Heat Warnings and Heat Advisories will continue through Tuesday night for southern Oregon and northern California valleys.
Temperatures will stay in the triple digits in the valleys, 90s east of the cascades until a slight cool down occurs Wednesday.
Fire Danger Level: HIGH
-Meteorologist Autumn Robertson
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Today's Record Temperatures