TODAY we will see slight upper-level ridging and weak northwesterly flow that will result in warmer temperatures in the upper 80’s and continued dryness.  And with low relative humidity, fire weather conditions will be elevated a bit west of Highway 83, but with light SSW winds they likely stay below critical values.   Tonight, and tomorrow another trough and dry cold front will move through, dropping temps to more seasonal readings in the upper 70’s.  The cooler temps will be short lived, because over the weekend and Monday, ridging will warm daytime temps back into the upper 80’s and low 90 and keep conditions dry with elevated fire danger conditions west of Highway 83 again.

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