WEATHER WATCH: MAY 29

 

After the cool, wet Memorial Day weekend, warmer air currents quickly brought a summer-like pattern to the foothills. This weekend (May 30-31) could see the first triple-digit temperatures wince last summer.

Look for building thunderheads in the higher elevations with a chance for an errant cell to make a run at the foothills on any late afternoon. A cooling trend will drop temperatures to the more seasonal norm at the beginning of the work week (June 1).

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