The Excessive Heat Warning is still in effect until 9 p.m. tomorrow, and we tied yesterday's record of 108, likely to be close again today, nearing the record of 107 as the heatwave persists.
A ridge of high pressure will start to weaken tomorrow and into the weekend, as a trough moves in from the NW, which will bring temperatures down considerably, but not until next week.
Highs today, as indicated earlier, will likely tie the previous record of 107, making for two days of record heat.
As the next seven days unfold, daytime highs drop nicely into the 90s by Monday, and the we're looking at below average highs in the upper 80s by midweek next week!
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