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Excessive Heat Continues in the Southwest on Monday

A cold front will bring relief to the Pacific Northwest on Monday, but the Southwest will see above average temperatures again. Excessive Heat Warnings are in effect for many locations through Monday evening. The hottest temperatures will be in the desert as daytime high temperatures may exceed 115 degrees. Read More >

Increasing cloud cover tonight with a low chance for a few showers to the south. Low temperatures will generally be in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Isolated thunderstorms will be possible near the I-20 corridor Monday and Tuesday, with better chances across Central Texas. The remainder of the the week will remain dry. Temperatures will continue to warm closer to normals for late June and early July as the week progresses.
Here's an early look at the forecast for the 4th of July Weekend (Saturday through Tuesday). There is a chance for isolated to scattered rain Friday night and Saturday, but then an upper level ridge will move across the region, potentially keeping Sunday through Tuesday dry. Temperatures will be warm/hot in the mid 90s to around 100 degrees.

 
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