Posted: Jun 23, 2013 8:00 AM by John Patrick
TUCSON - Temps once again to push 110 with little signs of the monsoon.
The first weekend of summer wraps with our 23rd straight triple digit high near 103 and a westerly breeze up to 20mph. According to Meteorologist John Patrick, we will see little change from the current conditions through about Tuesday.
Later this week an are of high pressure strengthens over the Four Corners driving temperatures to some of the hottest we've seen this year. By the end of the upcoming work week we could be flirting with our first 110 degree day in two years.
High pressure over the Four Corners is a pattern we like to see to draw monsoon moisture up from Mexico. We'll watch for this and some other features south of the border that may bring at best a few isolated storms by the end of this week.
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