August 1, 2019 – Temperatures are forecast to be near or slightly below normal through Friday, rising a little above normal over the weekend. Winds will mostly be from the south with an increased Delta Breeze. Dry weather continues into next week.
Temperatures cool slightly today, before a gradual warm up to above average temperatures by the weekend as high pressure over the Four Corners area expands north and west.
Temperatures Saturday rise back into the upper 90s and low 100s for almost all of the Valley locations. The Delta Breeze continues, allowing for influenced areas to cool off back into the upper 50s to low 60s overnight.
Elsewhere in the Valley, lows range from the low 60s to about 70 degrees. Mountain high temperatures stay in the 70s the rest of the week, possibly reaching to near 80 this weekend. Dry weather continues through the weekend.
Extended Discussion (Monday through Thursday)
The forecast looks to be dry next week as we more or less remain sandwiched between an upper high over the desert southwest and a trough over the PacNW. Temperatures remain slightly above average Sunday and Monday with Valley highs in the upper 90s to low 100s.
Things cool off a bit Tuesday and mid-week as the aforementioned upper trough makes a slight progression eastward.