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Boise sets another hot temp record: 107 degrees

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High pressure cooked us once again

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Tuesday's high of 107 degrees broke the old record of 105 degrees set back in 2007. That was 17 degrees above the average! Not only that, but we tied the record of 9 days in a row with temperatures at or above 100 degrees. The only other time this happened was 2003, 2006 and 2015.

Wednesday will be another hot day with highs forecast to reach about 102 degrees. If this happens, we’ll set a new record for consecutive days with temps at or above 100 degrees. That’s an attention-getter!

However, a subtle change is on the way Thursday and Friday as a weak, dry, cold front will move into the region. This will end up dropping our highs into the mid 90’s! Big deal, it’s still going to be hot, but, at least it will put an end to the record heatwave. But, don’t get used to it.

High pressure is expected to intensify and return to the region just in time for the weekend. This will crank our temps back to 103 to 104 degrees. It’s going to be another scorcher of a weekend. The long-range forecast models keep the pattern hot and dry across the Gem State for the next 7-10 days.


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