Hot and humid weather continues, a scenario more typical of mid-summer with high pressure over the four-corners bringing extreme heat to the southwest and already drawing monsoon moisture into the region. Moisture above 600mb combined with daytime heating should be sufficient to spark a few afternoon showers and thunderstorms today. Very warm and humid with highs in the upper 80's, winds mostly light and variable except gusty around any storms. A drier south-southwest flow will develop Friday through the weekend, cutting off the monsoon flow. Continued hot through the weekend with highs in the mid to upper 80's while overnight lows generally cool to the 50's. High pressure will weaken some next week allowing for additional cooling with dry weather. Monsoon awareness week continues, here's more on the dangers while being outdoors or camping with the potential for flash flooding: (Click Here)
Today High: 88.5ºF @ 12:35 PM ∙Low: 49.4ºF @ 5:56 AM Max Wind Gust: 20.0 mph @ 10:42 AM Rain: 0.00" ∙ Snow: 0.00" Sunrise: 5:35 am ∙ Sunset: 8:01 pm Current Air Quality:Good Current Fire Danger:Very High
Yesterday High: 90.8ºF @ 1:51 PM ∙Low: 51.3ºF@ 5:52 AM Max Wind Gust: 27.0 mph ENE @ 12:59 PM
Rain:0.00 " ∙ Snow: 0" Month High: 90.8ºF 6/16∙Low: 32.5ºF6/11 Max Wind Gust: 29.9 mph Rain: 0.00" ∙Snow: 0"
Season High: 90.8 °F on 6/16/2021 ∙Low: 3.7 °F on 1/30/2021 Max Wind Gust: 42.0 mph on 2/13/2021 Rain: 2.40" ∙Snow: 84" (Seasonal Average: 58 ")