Current Conditions

Mostly clear
Feels like: 95°
High: 104°
Low: 82°
Humidity: 7%
Barometer: 29.80 in
Dew Point: 28°
Sunrise: 6:10 AM
Sunset: 7:11 PM

13 First Alert Weather Forecast

High pressure will remain in control of the forecast in the short term, but there is a large system brewing in the Gulf of Alaska that will make its way down first to the Pacific northwest then eventually closer to the area.  Ahead of it, it will start scooping up moisture and sending it our way starting Tuesday and it looks like there may be enough moisture in place by Wednesday afternoon to bring slight chances for rain to the area on Wednesday and Thursday.  As far as temps are concerned, we will see highs around 105 on Tuesday, then a slow decline through the weekend.  Expect 104 on Wednesday with more cloud cover, 103 Thursday and 100 by Friday.  Expect breezy winds on Thursday and Friday as the system approaches the area.  The system will pass mainly to our north and will have two batches of energy associated with it.  The first batch will pass to our north on Saturday, kicking us up to the lower end of the windy category and the second batch will pass to our north Sunday which will keep us lower end windy that day.  It will also continue to drag in milder air which means lows will drop just below 100 on Saturday and to 97 on Sunday and next Monday.

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