Posted: Jun 7, 2013 8:26 AM by John Patrick
TUCSON - High pressure is tightening its grip over the southwest.
This afternoon starts our hottest stretch of daytime highs so far this year, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. The work week wraps up with a high of 106 for the Old Pueblo with little change from there heading into the weekend.
Sunny, hot and dry is the call well into next week with temperatures ranging from 104-107. Check out the June heat wave in your True View 4 extended forecast by clicking here.
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