Excessively hot today

Excessively hot today

Expect one more very hot day today. As a result, *Heat Advisories* are in effect across the area until Monday evening. Our southern counties are under **Excessive Heat Warnings**. By Tuesday, it looks like temperatures will be back to average for this time of year. Rain chances are even looking a little better as we head into Wednesday.

TODAY: Hot, high of 106°, SW to N wind 5-10mph.

MONDAY: Mostly clear, low of 70°, N 10-20mph

Several days next week could bring the chance of an isolated shower. Most of us won't see much of anything, but Wednesday especially is looking a little better as far as rain is concerned.

~RG3

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