Temperatures are climbing 4th of July weekend and into the start of next week.

The wind will be fairly light Saturday evening for the fireworks that will be launched from several different locations through the valley.

A southwesterly flow will amplify the next few days which will deflect any monsoonal moisture and raise our daytime temperatures by several degrees.

Right now it looks as if the hottest day of the week will be Monday when we hit 108°.

Over the week ahead there will be some breezy afternoons but no significant winds.

Because there is no influx of moisture and the air will remain dry the the fire threat remains high.

The UV Index for Saturday is extreme. Make sure to wear sunscreen.

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