Arizona weather forecast: Dangerously hot temperatures this week

by Admin

Posted on 06-07-2023 03:17 PM

Phoenix, arizona’s capital city, is expected to hit a high temperature of 116f (46c) on monday, the associated press reported, as temperatures remained above 100f (37c) throughout the weekend and, dangerously, are not coming down much at night, giving little relief and straining power systems as residents try to stay cool. important Nevada is facing its first heat advisory of the summer, as las vegas is expected to reach 112f (44c) on monday, reported the national weather service (nsw). Temperatures are forecast to remain above 105f (40. 5c) for the rest of the week. Similar temperatures are forecast in much of the south.

Prepare for extremely hot holiday weekend temperatures: the national weather service issued excessive heat warnings in eight arizona counties starting saturday at 10 a. M. And lasting until 8 p. M. On july 4. The eight counties include pima, pinal, maricopa, yuma, la paz, most of mohave and yavapai, and some areas of coconino county. The weather service is expecting extreme temperatures of up to 115 degrees in the phoenix area. "we're going into a holiday weekend, and we're expecting some dangerously hot temperatures," said national weather service meteorologist matt salerno. Salerno said every day through tuesday will surpass 100 degrees and will even reach over 110 degrees, likely before noon.

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