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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Toasty Summer Weather For Your Tuesday!

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Tuesday: A ridge of high pressure moves into the region, promoting toasty summer weather combined with golden sunshine... Low/High 58°/88° (GREEN)

Wednesday: The warmest day of the week holds plenty of sunshine throughout the day…Low/High 60°/89° (GREEN)

FYI: Also on Wednesday, the 100th anniversary of the hottest day in the western hemisphere...It was Jul 10th, 1913 when Death Valley, CA, hit a scorching 134°. The hottest temperature there so far this year was 128°.

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