Long stretch of hot, dry weather continues


What We’re Tracking:

  • Hot weather sticks around
  • Lots of sunshine expected
  • Little to no rain chances

Hazy skies may continue for the start of the week as smoke from wildfires in Colorado spread east into the area. That will likely give us more vivid sunsets for the next few evenings, but it could get a bit smoky from time to time in the evening and overnight hours. Tonight’s low should fall back into the upper 60s and lower 70s.

Despite a slight increase in humidity and warmer temperatures ahead, there is still no significant chance for showers or storms over the early part of this week. Heat index levels will be just slightly above the air temperature as the humidity never fully climbs to high readings this week. Afternoon high temperatures will remain in the middle to upper 90s.

There’s a high pressure system over the Desert Southwest that doesn’t look to budge anytime soon, and that’s what is keeping us quiet over the next several days. There are some indications that a cold front could move through sometime this weekend, which could bring in our next chance at some much needed rainfall.

KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller

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