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120°F in July? Californians wake up wondering if the forecast is correct

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Californians who use iPhones got quite the scare when they checked their weather app’s 10-day forecast on Thursday morning, which showed some extremely high temperatures for the first Saturday of July.

The first week of July is slated to be a hot one, with cities in California’s interior reaching above 100 degrees, but the forecast for Saturday, July 6, shows unbearable temperatures hovering around 120 degrees for some places.

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Is more rain coming to Modesto? Here’s the latest weather forecast for the area

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After a weekend of gray skies and rain showers, what’s next for Modesto ?

Will there be more rain?

Here’s what the latest weather forecast shows:

What’s in the weather forecast for Modesto?

According to the National Weather Service , Modesto could see some rain this week.

Monday evening’s forecast shows mostly cloudy skies and light winds sweeping at around 5 mph. The temperature will be around 43 degrees.

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Rough winds ahead

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Did you enjoy the spring-like weather over the past couple of days? Hope so, because it’s going to look a lot like winter again as not one but two atmospheric rivers are expected to broadside California in the coming week.

Monday reached a high of 73 degrees — two degrees off the all-time high for the month of January in Turlock — and Tuesday topped out at 71 degrees.

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Everything from ice skating with Half Dome views, snow play options, x-country plus downhill skiing

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The great thing about living in the Northern San Joaquin Valley is the snow is where it belongs – up in the mountains and not down here.

That means there is plenty of snow — and skiing — in the 209’s backyard that’s within two to three hours of Manteca, Turlock, Ripon, Lathrop, Ceres, and Oakdale.

This year there are five skiing options and plenty of snow play areas in the 209 as well as the venerable Curry Village ice skating rink.

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Water year ends as third-wettest in history

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The region is off to a sluggish start just over a month into the 2023-2024 water year. Then again, the 2022-23 water year didn’t get off to a roaring start, either, and it turned out to be third-wettest year since Turlock Irrigation District began keeping records in 1897.

With 4.13 million acre-feet of runoff, 2023 ranked behind 2017 (4.6 million acre-feet) and 1983 (4.6 million acre-feet).

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Summer heat staying at a simmer

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While the rest of the nation seemingly is burning up — more than two-thirds of the U.S. is under an extreme-heat warning — Central California has mostly been spared.

The five-day forecast for the area shows temperatures topping out in the mid-90s and, at first glance, that seems pretty hot.

But it’s not nearly as hot as it could be.

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Triple-digit heat to finally hit Modesto this week. How this year compares to some others

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A warming trend in Modesto this week is expected to bring the first triple-digit temperatures of the year, according to the National Weather Service. The seven-day forecast says Friday will be sunny and hot, with “a high near 100,” and then Saturday — the first day of July — could see the thermometer hit 101.

According to Modesto Irrigation District weather records, the last time the city was at or above the century mark was Sept. 9, when the high was 102 degrees. That was the end of nine-day string of triple-digit days that reached as high as 113 degrees.

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Heavy rains, warmer weather bring increase in mosquitos

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If your idea of mosquito repellant is to slap them dead, then it’s going to be a brutal season for you

Local mosquito abatement districts caution that 2023 will be a challenging year for the area due to the heavy rainfall, creating many opportunities for mosquitoes to breed.  

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Tuolumne County storm damages rise to $18.2 million

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Tuolumne County officials are hopeful that the county will still be added to a federal disaster declaration for California’s recent severe storms, with damages to local public entities now totaling more than $18 million.

Dore Bietz, coordinator of the county Office of Emergency Services, said officials from CalOES and the Federal Emergency Management Agency were in the county this week reviewing and documenting damages.

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Northern California forecast: Weak weather system brings a chance of rain

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Rain chances return to Northern California this week with a weak weather system rolling through Friday morning and then another Sunday.

Friday’s rainfall amounts look meager with just a few hundredths for the Valley and less than an inch of snow for much of the Sierra above 4,000 feet.

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