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Right Now:

81°
  • (Feels like 81°)
  • Scattered Clouds

Today:

  • 79° |
  • 61°

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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Temperatures In The 80's Today!

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Thursday: T-Storms from overnight/early morning will break apart this morning and it'll be another sunny day. We're still under a Red Flag Warning, even though it'll be much cooler because winds will still be breezy and humidity will be low. High: 81° (Yellow for Red Flag Warning)
 
Tonight: Clear skies and a nice night with overnight low temps a little cooler than we've been seeing. Winds look to die down a little bit as well. Low: 52° (Green)
 
Friday: Start off the day mostly sunny but seeing some more clouds in the afternoon. That could eventually lead to t-storms Friday night over NE Mountains and chance of scattered showers into Saturday morning. High: 80°

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