Weather Outlook

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Date & Time: 09/18/2019 9:15 AM MST

Forecaster: Henz, D.
Yesterday’s forecast remains on track for today through the end of the work week with quiet weather on tap. General troughing will continue across the western US during this period and a dry disturbance will skirt through the Great Basin region tomorrow into Friday bringing some increased breezes. Otherwise, plan on daily temperatures near the 100°F mark and overnight lows finally staying in the 70s. A brief note in the extended forecast: we’re keeping a close eye on the weather pattern for early next week as another transition event with a possible influx of tropical moisture could be in the cards. We’ll have more on this the next few days, but we’re certainly trending wetter and cooler.

For today plan on clear and sunny skies across the region. Afternoon temperatures will warm into the 100°F-102°F range around the Valley. Variable winds will hover in the 3-8mph range with no gusts of any consequence. No storms across the region today. Overnight lows will dip into the upper to mid 70s around the urban corridor under clear skies.

For tomorrow plan on near repeat of today but with some increased breezes. Daytime highs will warm into the 99°F-101°F range around the Valley. South/southwest winds will hover in the 7-14mph range with gusts around 20-25mph possible into the afternoon/evening. No storm activity is expected across the County. Heading into Friday plan sunny skies, dry conditions, and high temperatures remaining in the upper 90s. We’ll talk more about the upcoming weekend/early next week in tomorrow’s extended Outlook.

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