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Highs cool, thunder threatens

Thunderstorms are possible this afternoon as monsoonal moisture moves in from the south.  The storms will be focused in the desert of western Arizona and the mountains north and west of the Las Vegas Valley.  High pressure is shifting to our east pulling the moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and Gulf of California into southern Nevada.  The heating this afternoon will cause some scattered storms to form with the biggest threats being flash flooding and heavy downpours.  Temperatures will be near our climatic normals today with temperatures ranging from 95° to 108°.  Las Vegas will hit 104° this afternoon.  Temperatures stay steady through the rest of the week, highs will stay in the 104° range through next Friday.

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