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Rain To Fall Upon The Plain.










Little has changed in the overall thinking concerning our weather for the next couple of days. A weak cold front is still forecast to enter the area tonight. Scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop along and behind the front today into tomorrow. Our rain chances generally range from 20% - 40% today into Friday.

Localized flash flooding will be possible with any of the stronger thunderstorms. The burn scars and locations below them will be especially vulnerable to sudden flash flooding from heavy thunderstorm rains. Please do not attempt to drive or walk across a flooded arroyo...please remember "Turn Around - Don't Drown". Most flash flood deaths occur in automobiles and at night when its harder to determine the depth of the water.

 Wet microbursts will also be a possibility with the stronger thunderstorms today into tomorrow. Our afternoon highs today and tomorrow are expected to to be in the mid-upper 90's. The cold front will have very little effect in cooling us down.

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