FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Heat warning still in effect for both Yuma and Imperial counties

The high temps may be going down a bit by the weekend, which could also see some storms

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) – Thunderstorm chances will be mainly confined to higher terrain areas of central and eastern Arizona through Friday. Above normal temperatures will prevail the remainder of the week with daily highs across lower deserts communities in a 110 to 115 degree range resulting in a moderate to high heat risk. Moisture will begin increasing across the region this weekend leading to slightly cooler temperatures and storms migrating into lower elevations. Storms may become more prolific next week with much higher rainfall chances and potentially locally heavy amounts.


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