After breaking new record highs over the weekend with 102 on Saturday and 99 degrees on Sunday, we could tie or break a new record high temperature for your Memorial Day Monday. The current record high is 94 degrees set back in 1998. High temperatures today are forecast to go up to the middle 90s, so stay tuned to see what happens. Stay cool! Make sure you drink plenty of water, keep the sunscreen handy and make sure you have a good indoor air condition place to go to.
We could see a few isolated thunderstorms develop during the afternoon hours so if you have any outdoor plans, will want to keep an eye out for that. The good news is that it's not looking to be a complete wash out and no severe weather is expected.
Warm temperatures continue through the upcoming workweek with mostly sunny skies and highs in the lower 90s on Tuesday. Our next chance for showers and storms will be on Wednesday with highs continuing to be above average in the upper 80s. Late week, we will be dry but warm. Mostly sunny skies Thursday through Saturday with highs once again in the lower 90s.
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