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Monsoon Rains Return Next Week.











Current forecasts call for scattered thunderstorms to make a comeback to the area next week. Scattered thunderstorms should increase next week as an inverted mid-level trough of low pressure located over north Texas this morning, moves west, and the monsoonal flow shifts back to the east into the state from Arizona. 

It appears at this time that the best chances for measurable rain will favor the mountains and nearby locations. Locally heavy rainfall may create a localized flash flood threat over and below the burn scar areas as well. 

Our high temperatures will remain near seasonal normal's with readings in the mid-upper 90's today into the middle of the week. We should see the low 90's towards the end of next week. With the increase in moisture it will continue to be on the muggy side as well.

Overall fairly typical July weather is expected next week.

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