Friday marks 103 days without measurable precipitation here in the Valley. We will continue to stay dry with no rain in the forecast. So far, we have only seen .77 inches of rain this year. We are 2.45 inches below average for rainfall here in Phoenix so far in 2018.

An excessive heat warning continues for Phoenix, Casa Grande and Globe through 9 p.m. Friday. Highs will be between 110 and 115 degrees and could be dangerous for those who don't take proper precautions.

Friday could be the hottest day we've seen so far this year!

The record high on Friday is 116. So we won't be setting a new record high, but you'll still need to take precautions to stay safe in the heat.

The breeze will pick up and temperatures will return to more seasonal levels this weekend. However, monsoon moisture is nowhere to be found in this 7-day forecast.

FRIDAY: 81/111 sunny hot

SATURDAY: 83/105 sunny and breezy

SUNDAY: 78/103 sunny and dry

MONDAY: 77/105 sunny

TUESDAY: 80/108 heating back up

WEDNESDAY: 81/109 hot

THURSDAY: 82/109 dry

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