Heating Up

Staying dry most of the week
Posted at 5:15 AM, Jul 18, 2022

Things stay dry overnight with another round of mostly clear skies and mild temperatures.

Believe it or not, we get even warmer tomorrow! Temperatures reach back into the high 90s under mostly sunny skies. The stronger southwesterly wind really helps us warm up on Tuesday. Winds will be gusting near 25-30 mph.

A weak cold front will knock back temperatures a few degrees for Wednesday, but highs will remain in the mid 90s and skies stay mostly sunny.

Another warm up begins late into the work week into next weekend with highs reaching into the upper 90s once more.

Some slight chances of rain are possible towards the end of the work week.

The weekend comes with another round of heat with high temperatures near 100°. We stay partly cloudy for both weekend days with just a slight chance for rain Saturday. Most stay dry.

Staying hot into early next week albeit a touch cooler in the low 90s.

Mostly Sunny
High: 98

Mostly Clear
Low: 70

Mostly Clear
Less Humid
High: 94

Mostly Sunny
High: 97

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