Weather Outlook

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Date & Time: 05/21/2018 8:25 AM MST

Forecaster: Henz, D.

Synopsis:
I’m happy to report temperatures will trend downwards today through Tuesday thanks to a dry Pacific weather disturbance. This system currently moving inland across SoCal will settle into the lower Great Basin tonight before lifting into Four Corners region by Wednesday morning. Plan on a brief uptick in high clouds along with breezy conditions later today with breezes lingering into Tuesday. Temperatures will fall back into the low to mid 90s through the period before trending back up towards the 100˚F mark by Thursday.

For today plan on increasing high clouds through this afternoon before rapid clearing later today. Afternoon temperatures will climb into the 95˚F-97˚F range around the Valley with low 90s across the foothill and higher terrain locales. Southwest winds will be breezy at times in the 6-12mph range with afternoon/evening gusts around 20-25mph. Overnight lows will dip into the upper to mid 60s around the urban corridor under clear skies.

For tomorrow plan on additional cooling despite a return to clear and sunny skies. Daytime highs will step back into the 92˚F-94˚F range around the Valley. South/southwest winds will be breezy again in the 6-12mph range with gusts around 20-25mph. High pressure will redevelop across the region starting on Wednesday and continue through the remainder of the work week. Daily highs will rebound into the mid 90s on Wednesday before reaching around 100˚F on Thursday.

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