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Warmer conditions with improving air quality - Mark

Air Quality Alert continues with smoke and haze. Warmer temps for today and Friday. Low pressure moves in with cooler weather and good chance of light rain Saturday. Better air will also come in from the North. Mid 70's and partly cloudy next week.

Warm temperatures, hazy skies - Mark

Warmer weather moves into our region and we will see temps above average all the way into next week. Weekend highs will be around 90 degrees and sunny.

It's only getting hotter! - Mark

Warmer weather continues to build with upper 80's through Thursday and then 90's for Friday and the weekend. Labor Day cools a bit to 83.

Enjoyable conditions through Saturday - Mark

Morning clouds and afternoon sunshine. Sunny and warmer Friday and Saturday and then the Heat. Sunday through Tuesday temps around 100 degrees. Cooling a little by end of next week.

Warm today and cooler Wednesday - Mark

Gusty Winds and warm temps has a Red Flag Warning in effect 2pm until 10pm today. Clouds and cooler for Wednesday and Thursday and then sunshine and warmer for the weekend. Hot weather joins in next week.

Sunny and hot to start the week - Mark

High pressure and hot temps will be with us today and Tuesday. A low moves in for Wednesday and Thursday with clouds and cooler weather. Then we heat up again into the weekend.

Sunny and warm to start off the week - Mark

High pressure will keep us in sunshine through the middle of the week with temperatures warming and then staying in the 80's. More cloud cover expect Thursday through the weekend.

Sunny and mild for Monday - Mark

High pressure will keep us in sunshine through the middle of the week with temperatures warming and then staying in the 80's. More cloud cover expected for the end of the week.

Sunny and warm today, sunny and hot Saturday - Mark

High pressure will hang out for a couple of days with sunshine and warm temps. Sunday after a cold front we will see some clouds and cooler. Breezy conditions as well. We warm back up next week to average highs.