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There’s No Break in the Hot Weather

There’s No Break in the Hot Weather
July 11
15:13 2020

Sunday and Monday Will Be Hot Hot Hot

 

The Excessive Heat warning that began Friday will continue into Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

Sunday’s Highs

KEY POINTS

  • An extended period of very hot weather will continue Sunday and last through Monday.
  • An Excessive Heat Warning is in effect starting today through Monday for the lower elevations (below 4500 feet) in Yavapai and Gila counties, as well as near Page.
  • An Excessive Heat Warning for the Grand Canyon (also below 4500 feet) is in effect and lasting through Monday.

WEATHER AND IMPACTS OUTLOOK

For Northern and Western Coconino County there is a chance for Heat illness for vulnerable populations through Monday.

***Dangerous daytime hiking conditions!!

***Increased risk to children and pets left unattended in hot vehicles or outdoors.

HOT Warning

Details:

  • Timing: Excessive Heat Warning through Monday below 4500 feet in the Grand Canyon, Marble Canyon, and Glen Canyon including Page, Lake Powell, and Lees Ferry.
  • High Temperatures: 105 to 116 degrees below 4500 feet through Monday.
  • Low Temperatures: 77-82 degrees below 4500 feet through Monday.
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