Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather

Our heatwave continues as we get closer to the weekend. The desert ridge of high pressure is holding steady across the West keeping us mainly dry with a few passing clouds during the afternoon and maybe a stray storm near Yellowstone.

Wednesday; clear, sunny, hot, and breezy. Highs in the upper 80's and mid 90's. Stronger breezes in the afternoon, but they'll taper off by the evening hours. Slight chance of a stray storm near Yellowstone.

Tonight, clear skies and comfortable temps. Lows into the 40's and 50's.

Thursday; clear, sunny, and hot. Highs in the 90's and some areas getting very close to the century mark. Mostly dry for the entire region. 

Friday; mostly clear, sunny, and hot. Highs in the 90's. A few pop-up dark clouds in the afternoon over the high country, but most places should stay dry.

Maps & Radar

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There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Current Conditions

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Almanac

Normal High:88°
Normal Low:51°
Record High: 97° in 1964
Record Low: 39° in 2005
Sunrise:6:12 am
Sunset:8:54 pm
Moonrise:12:58 am
Moonset:2:55 pm
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