Monday, July 27, 2020 / by Ken Couture
A few days of “cool” late-July temperatures are about to come to an end.
The high is expected to be about 102 last Friday before rising a degree or two each day through next week, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast. Winds will be light and variable with an overnight low near 79.
The last Saturday forecast calls for a high near 104 with light winds.
“We’re going to have a ridge building again, so we expected a high of 106 today, 107 on Tuesday and Wednesday and 108 on Thursday,” weather service meteorologist Kate Guillet said.
The ridge might lead to monsoonal moisture developing, Guillet said.
“We are keeping our eye on a possible monsoonal moisture push late next week,” she said.
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