Warm and dry week ahead

Yuma, Arizona (KYMA, KECY-TV) – Dry and mild weather patterns will persist in this region
Throughout the week, showers and thunderstorm activity have moved significantly further north.

Over the remainder of the evening, skies will remain clear and temperatures will remain warm, with nighttime lows eventually dropping to the mid-to-high 60s.

A continuous discharge from the Painted Rock Dam continues down the Gila River through Yuma County.

Flood warnings along the Gila River between the Painted Rock Dam and the Colorado River have been extended for another seven days, at least until May 30.

Temperatures will continue to be slightly warmer than normal for the first half of the week, but will be closer to normal for the second half of the week.

Strong winds are expected over the next few days with gusts in the range of up to 20-25 mph.

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