Moisture traveling to the Central California coast brought thick clouds to Fresno, keeping summer-like temperatures at bay Tuesday.
Tropical storm Guillermo in the Pacific kicked up moisture that made its way to Central California, which led to gray skies in Fresno, said Jim Anderson, meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Hanford. The clouds, however, did not come with rain.
Fresno reached a high of just 83 degrees Tuesday, well below the low 90s that had been forecast, Anderson said.
Temperatures are expected to hover in the lower 90s Wednesday, before climbing toward the high 90s Thursday.
A high of 94 degrees is expected for Friday, while the highs for the weekend are expected to stay in the lower 90s.
Rain is not expected in the next seven days, Anderson said.