Staying hot and dry for your 4th of July

Jul 4, 2014 11:38 AM by Cort Klopping

Temperatures aren't changing much for your 4th of July forecast.

The valley will see high temperatures climb into the mid 90's to low 100's, while the mountains will continue to see low to mid 90's.

Winds will be picking up this afternoon, and we could see gusts up to around 25 miles per hour out of the South for the northern end of the valley. Those stronger winds will result in a higher risk of fire danger across the region, so make sure to be careful out there today.

Temperatures will climb significantly over the weekend, and the heat will peak in the beginning of next week. Monday will be the hottest day in your extended forecast, with temperatures climbing into the 103 to 110 degree range.

I hope everyone stays safe out there for the holiday, and has a fantastic 4th of July!


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