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By Tim Leeds 

Hot, hot, hot to follow rainy weather

 

Last updated 7/11/2022 at 7:13pm

Courtesy photo/Jenny Denogean

Storm clouds gather in the skies Saturday in a view from County Road 50 South near Big Sandy Creek. Cool, rainy weather continued into Sunday in the area following a lengthy weather pattern that brought rain and severe thunderstorms including up to tennis ball-sized hail last week through Saturday. That is switching to scorching heat this week including highs predicted near or higher than 100 degrees Wednesday, with a chance of thunderstorms again in the forecast Wednesday night and Thursday night.

Rain and slightly cooler weather held on a day longer than expected with some steady rain falling Sunday, but very hot weather is expected to hit just in time for the Great Northern Fair.

National Weather Service forecasts highs in this area to hit the 90s today and near or more than 100 degrees Wednesday.

After highs dropping to the upper 80s and lower 90s Thursday and Friday, the temperatures are again expected to peak near 100 Saturday and Sunday.

A steady high-pressure dome hitting low pressure coming in from the Pacific brought rain and thunderstorms through last week, including som...



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