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Warm temperatures will continue for the next couple of days before a slow cool down begins on Thursday. A Pacific low pressure system this weekend will produce some increase in wind and perhaps a stray thunderstorm or two. We'll see, stay tuned. #azwx 

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We've had quite a few questions about the haze in the area the past couple days. It's coming from fires out west - working around the high pressure over the Great Basin and into Arizona. #azwx 

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Here is a look at the weather ahead. Expect the hot temperatures to last through Wednesday before we cool off by a couple of degrees. Isolated thunderstorm chances return by the end of the week for the high terrain. #azwx 

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Check out these toasty mid day temperatures! Most areas are already warmer than the average early September highs, and will top out around 10 degrees above average. More of the same for Wednesday, stay cool out there. #azwx 

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320 PM MST Update: A few showers and t-storms have popped up south of I-40. This includes southern portions of Show Low and south of Linden where up to quarter inch of rain has fallen (and temps have cooled). Moving NW 10 mph. #azwx 

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😓Record heat today in Winslow at 98F, breaking the old record of 96 in 1977. Page tied their record of 100F last reached in 1977. #azwx 

Thunderstorms produce deadly lightning, sometimes striking up to 10 miles away. Remember this simple message: See a Flash, Dash Inside #WeatherReady  #SeeAFlashDashInside  #azwx 

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Today will go down as one of the hottest ever for much of northern Arizona. Page and Phantom Ranch tied their all-time records and Winslow broke their all-time record (observations there go back to 1915!). Flagstaff was just one degree shy of the all-time record. #azwx 

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No, meteorologists don't study meteors, but that doesn't mean we don't love a good comet! Brian, our Meteorologist in Charge, captured this amazing photograph of #comet  #NEOWISE  from our office with the weather balloon station in the foreground.

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Time lapse of the #RafaelFire  this evening looking south from the NWS Office in Bellemont, AZ. The majority of smoke is from backburn operations on the north side of the fire. #azwx 

72 Hour Precip totals are very impressive across N. Arizona: Show Low 5.32"; Red Lake 4.55"; Flagstaff Area 2-3"; Williams area 3-5". Soils are saturated, and flooding is expected again today. Stay alert for rapidly changing conditions! #azwx 

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A Flash Flood Watch has been issued from Tue morning until early Thu morning. A Flash Flood Watch means you should exercise caution, listen for NWS Flash Flood Warnings, watch for signs of rising water and be prepared to flee to higher ground at a moments notice. #azwx 

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"It's going to get hot", an understatement. It's going to get very hot, viscously hot, dangerously hot. Be smart over the coming days, check on your elderly neighbors, be mindful of where your children and pets are, avoid strenuous outdoor activity. STAY COOL ARIZONA! #azwx 

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