Weather Outlook

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Date & Time: 10/03/2023 @ 8:45 AM MST

Forecaster: Malloy, J.

Top Outlook Takeaways:

    A return to upper 90s/low 100s for lower deserts by Thursday and Friday.

    Quiet weather this week potentially turning unsettled for the weekend.

A cooler start to the week gradually turns warmer, peaking on Friday. The large area of low pressure providing refreshing early autumn temperatures since Sunday is slow to move off into the Great Plains until late Wednesday. In the meantime, temperatures will continue to modify daily over the populated deserts from near 90°F today, mid-90s Wednesday, and then approaching 99-103°F both Thursday and Friday. Morning lows are slower to warm (1-3 degrees each day through Friday), bringing a majority of the County from the 60s today back into the mid to upper 70s range to start the weekend. There are no catalysts through the workweek bringing rain, cloud cover, or atypically strong winds outside of occasional topography induced gusts 20-25mph near prominent terrain features. We will be keeping an eye on a potential weather disturbance moving up from the south bringing increasing subtropical moisture and a threat for light precipitation amounts this weekend. Check back for updates on that!

Today’s Almanac:

Sunrise-Sunset (Moon Phase) – 6:23am-6:10pm (Waning Gibbous)

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