Weather

FRIDAY, JULY 25th

After the unseasonably hot weather the past few days today will bring still warm but more tolerable weather.  Highs for areas East of the Divide will peak in a range from the upper 80's into the mid 90's under clear and sunny condiitons.  Afternoon hours could see isolated thunderstorm developement but remaining sparse and far and few between.

TONIGHT:  Cool and comfortable temperatures this evening to light your campfire as temperatures fall into the 50's for most of the state.  Dry and primarily clear conditions will continue to be seen into the evening to enjoy.

SATUR
DAY: Slightly cooler again with highs slipping further into the 80's and holding onto the low 90's for some Central and Eastern regions.  Again skies should remain sunny and conditions primarily dry for you to enjoy.

LOOKING AHEAD: Next week will come along with highs leveling out at their seasonal average in the mid to upper 80's under more sunshine.  Towards the beginning of August next Friday thunderstorm potential will rev back up for many regions as highs continue their stroll in the warm 80's.

John Shrable
Updated: 8:45 AM