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Hit & Miss T-Storms To Continue Into The Weekend.


Captured At 2:23 PM MDT Thursday, July 23, 2020.


(As Of 6 PM MDT Thursday, July 23, 2020).


Hit & Miss T-Storms To Continue Into The Weekend.

     Those of you who have been lucky enough to get "hit" with one the stronger thunderstorms over the past week may have gotten upwards of an inch or more of rain. Meanwhile, the rest of us are still holding our hats out "begging" for something measurable so to speak. Not much change in the overall thinking going forward into the weekend. Hit and miss thunderstorms each afternoon will continue with some lasting well into the overnight hours. Some of us will get lucky and get a decent rain while most won't. The mountains are still favored to have the best chances of getting wet. 

     Depending upon the eventual track of Tropical Depression #8 we could possibly see an increase in our summer monsoon activity next week as it's remnants die over central Mexico.

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