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Expect hotter temperatures this coming week

Hot and dry weather is expected over the next week.



Over the next few days, the brutal summertime pattern will continue. The next week is going to be extremely hot and dry. In our area, the Saharan Dust made for a mostly sunny and hazy Sunday. In the lower 100s, the highs reached their peak. Mostly clear skies and temperatures in the middle to upper 70s are expected to continue through the night.

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With temperatures in the 90s expected for the rest of the week, hazy sunshine is expected to continue on Monday. Lows around 100 degrees. In the evening, the Saharan Dust begins to dissipate. The region will be free of Saharan Dust by Tuesday. Staying extremely hot and dry all week long. Maximum temperatures will be in the 90s to lower 100s. Possibility of a heat record Wednesday-Friday. Estelle, a hurricane in the eastern Pacific, has formed in the tropics. As it makes its way towards the central Pacific, it stays well south of Mexico. The Atlantic Ocean is largely silent.



Monday’s weather was largely sunny, but hazy. The temperature reached 102 degrees Fahrenheit.

Tuesday was a hot and sunny day. High of 102

Wednesday was the hottest day of the year so far. The temperature reached 104 degrees Fahrenheit (record 101 – 2009)

Thursday was the hottest day of the year so far. High of 104 (record 102-1911)


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