Good morning. Heres what you need to know today:
Breezy Monday: Mild conditions with a wind around 10 mph are predicted for today in Sacramento as a low pressure system over the Pacific Northwest holds sway over Northern Californias weather. The high temperatures Monday and Tuesay should be in the low 80s. by mid-week, however, the wind shifts and a high pressure system starts to exert its influence. High temperatures should climb 10 degrees, into the low 90s, by Wednesday.
Motorists beware: Crosswalks and drop-off lanes near some schools will be busy today as summer classes start in the Sacramento and San Juan districts. This year, San Juan is expanding its elementary school program from one site to four, while Sacramento City is offering its Summer Quest program for students from first through sixth grades at 17 locations. From Natomas to Elk Grove, school districts are offering more summer courses this year as spending increases. For more information about summer school programs in the region, click here.
Cyclists beware: Four bicyclists were hit by cars in Sacramento over the weekend - including one whom police said was deliberately attacked after an argument with a motorist in midtown. Read more here.
Economic development: The Rancho Cordova City Council will receive report today on potential formation of an economic development or community development corporation. The council requested the analysis to help determine whether establishing such a nonprofit entity would be advantageous in promoting the citys economic development goals. The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers, 2729 Prospect Park Drive. For details, click here.
• Iowa Cubs at Sacramento River Cats, 11:50 a.m. (KSTE 650).
• Texas Rangers at Oakland As, 7:05 p.m. (CSNCA, KHTK 1140, KHAI 950).