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Monsoonal moisture has moved in giving us plenty of clouds and storms in the forecast for Thursday. Dry lightning will be a concern with a good amount of dry air still locked in at the surface. By the weekend things should be quieting down with plenty of sunshine and maybe a stray storm near Montana.

Thursday, starting off with some clouds and a few showers. Scattered thunderstorms building up throughout the day. Highs into the 80's and low 90's. Some storms could produce gusty winds, small hail and lightning. Chance of rain 60%.

Tonight, evening storms and then partial clear and pleasant temps into the 50's. Winds light and variable.

Friday, a bit drier with much more sunshine and just a few isolated storms possible late in the day. Highs into the 80's. Chance of rain 20%.

Saturday, mostly sunny skies with some clouds popping up during the afternoon. Aside from a stray storm mostly dry. Highs near 90°.

Sunday, mostly sunny skies with highs into the 70's and 80's. A light breeze building in from the South. 

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There are currently no severe weather alerts.

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Normal High:82°
Normal Low:48°
Record High: 97° in 2013
Record Low: 34° in 1968
Sunrise:5:49 am
Sunset:9:12 pm
Moonrise:2:57 am
Moonset:5:06 pm
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