Weather Forecast; Colorado River Water Shortage

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Aniylah Rushing

Sunny conditions will continue all day. Wind gusts are up to 5 mph. Today’s temperature range is from 75 degrees fahrenheit to 50 degrees fahrenheit, and no rain is expected.

Monday, Nov. 21

 

High Temperature: 75 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Low Temperature: 50 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Humidity: 21 percent 

 

Wind Speed: 5 mph

 

Forecast: Sunny and Cloudy 

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent 

 

 Tuesday, Nov. 22

 

 High Temperature: 74 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Low Temperature: 47 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Humidity: 21 percent 

 

Wind Speed: 5 mph 

 

Forecast: Cloudy

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent

 

Wednesday, Nov. 23

 

High Temperature: 75 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Low Temperature: 52 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Humidity: 24 percent 

 

Wind Speed: 5 mph

 

Forecast: Sunny

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent 

 

Thursday, Nov. 24

 

High Temperature:  79 degrees Fahrenheit

 

Low Temperature: 53 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Humidity: 24 percent 

 

Wind Speed: 5 mph

 

Forecast: Sunny

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent 

 

Friday, Nov. 25

 

High Temperature: 79 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Low Temperature: 54 degrees Fahrenheit 

 

Humidity: 26 percent 

 

Wind Speed: 5 mph 

 

Forecast: Cloudy

 

Chance Of Rain: 0 percent 

 

There is a water shortage on the Colorado River. Starting next year, the supply of water to Arizona, Nevada, and parts of Mexico will be reduced. Hot weather is causing water from melting snowcaps to dry up before it reaches the Colorado River. If this continues to fall, the U.S. government could make further cuts. This can affect 40 million people. Scientist says it is one of the worst droughts in 1.200 years