Just one year ago we had some pretty massive heat hitting the Borderland. Here is what the weather looked like about a year ago for the first couple weeks of July.

  • Sunday, July 5th - 95°
  • Monday, July 6th - 97°
  • Tuesday, July 7th - 97°
  • Wednesday, July 8th - 93°
  • Thursday, July 9th - 99°
  • Friday, July 10th - 103°
  • Saturday, July 11th - 104°
  • Sunday, July 12th - 103°
  • Monday, July 13th - 104°
  • Tuesday, July 14th - 102°
  • Wednesday, July 15th - 106°
  • Thursday, July 16th - 109°
  • Friday, July 17th - 109°
  • Saturday, July 18th - 108°
  • Sunday, July 19th - 107°
  • Monday, July 20th - 110°

The triple digit days kept going, by the way, but the peak was that Monday it hit 110°. Here we are one year later and we not only aren't hitting 100 plus degrees, but we're also dealing with constant rain. It doesn't look like that is going to be going away either. Here is the forecast for El Paso:

  • Monday, July 5th - 96°
  • Tuesday, July 6th - 91°
  • Wednesday, July 7th - 84°
  • Thursday, July 8th - 87°
  • Friday, July 9th - 93°
  • Saturday, July 10th - 91°
  • Sunday, July 11th - 89°
  • Monday, July 12th - 87°
  • Tuesday, July 13th - 90°
  • Wednesday, July 14th - 90°
  • Thursday, July 15th - 85°
  • Friday, July 16th - 89°

Taking a look as far as we can in the future forecast, there actually aren't any triple digit days showing up. There will be some rain, most likely, but hopefully we're past the worst of it at this point. On a side note, take care of your garbage properly. One of the reason El Paso streets flood so easily is because the storm drains are filled with garbage. Please, stop littering.

 

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