Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather

Southwesterly flow aloft is keeping us very HOT for the end of August. Dry conditions will persist until a cold front moves through on Wednesday/Thursday. Behind the front expect a major drop in temps and clearing skies.

Tuesday, sunshine with high clouds streaming through from time to time. A few late day storms popping up into the Central Mountains. Highs will be near record breaking territory with temps topping out into the upper 80's and mid 90's.

Tonight, clouds and mild temps as lows stay steady into the 50's and 60's. Winds light and variable.

Wednesday, partly cloudy skies with breezy southwest winds at 10-25mph. Showers and thunderstorms are possible late in the day and heading into the overnight hours. Highs still very HOT with temps into the 80's and 90's. Chance of rain 40%.

Thursday, cloudy skies early with passing showers and storms, then some sunshine mixing in during the afternoon. Breezy southwest winds at 10-25mph. Highs into the 80's. Chance of rain 40%.

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There are currently no severe weather alerts.

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Almanac

Normal High:82°
Normal Low:46°
Record High: 99° in 1954
Record Low: 31° in 1964
Sunrise:6:49 am
Sunset:8:04 pm
Moonrise:5:01 am
Moonset:7:12 pm
Today's MoonWaning crescent

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