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Moisture will continue to be recycled beneath an area of high pressure for daily showers and thunderstorms, mainly over the higher terrain. Isolated storms will be seen over some valley locations as storm boundaries and disturbances interact with remnant moisture. Aside from the few storms that linger past midnight, most will occur during the afternoon and evening hours. Storms will be slow-moving with locally heavy rain, resulting in the possibility of flooding with debris and mud flows in stronger storms. This pattern will remain unchanged for the next several days into the early part of next week. Temperatures will remain at or above normal through the weekend, before cooler air moves in next week.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/gjt for more information.)

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Moisture will continue to be recycled beneath an area of high pressure for daily showers and thunderstorms, mainly over the higher terrain. Isolated storms will be seen over some valley locations as storm boundaries and disturbances interact with remnant moisture. Aside from the few storms that linger past midnight, most will occur during the afternoon and evening hours. Storms will be slow-moving with locally heavy rain, resulting in the possibility of flooding with debris and mud flows in stronger storms. This pattern will remain unchanged for the next several days into the early part of next week. Temperatures will remain at or above normal through the weekend, before cooler air moves in next week. (Please visit http://weather.gov/gjt for more information.)

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