San Juan County has a map for that - whatever it may be! San Juan Symphony season tickets for “New Horizons” are now on sale, and although summer is coming to an end, the heat is still on. By Hannah Robertson. This story is sponsored by SunRay Park and Casino and Pop’s Truck and RV Center
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Need a map for San Juan County? With maps for just about any need, check out the free collection online. San Juan Symphony season tickets are now on sale. And keep finding ways to keep cool. Summer's hot weather is here for a bit longer. You're watching the Local News Roundup brought to you by SunRay Park & Casino and Pop's Truck and RV Center. I'm Hayley Opsal. Ever wondered what commission district or voting precinct you live in? Maybe you're looking for a unique gift for your map enthusiast friend? San Juan County has you covered with an entire webpage dedicated to maps, everything from assessor's web maps to oil and gas information. Completely free and accessible to the public. You can even order a San Juan County Atlas. There's also a variety of web mapping applications available for public use, so be sure to check out the web page for all your map needs. Make sure to get your season tickets for the 30th season of San Juan Symphony. Season tickets are on sale until September 4th. First time buyers at Henderson Hall can get 25% off season tickets. Individual sales for performances go on sale beginning September 5th. Find the list of performances and schedule of events along with ticket prices online. Summer is here for a few more weeks. If it felt like July was hotter than average, you'd be right. The second half of July showed extremely hot temperatures, including an eight-day stretch between July 14th and 21st, where the Four Corners Regional Airport reached triple digits. Part of 14 days, that 100+ degree temperatures were recorded in July. The temperature highs are very unusual. Over the past 44 years, National Weather Service records show San Juan County averages only one 100+ degree days. 2023 marks the second consecutive abnormally hot summer. Last summer, there were at least eight days of 100+ temperature days. Unfortunately, monsoon conditions aren't expected until late August or September, which doesn't bode well for the moisture levels of the county. As of July 31st, the Four Corners Regional Airport has only recorded 3.96 inches of rain compared to the normal 7.5 inches as of July 25th. 86% of the county was categorized as abnormally dry, up from 63% the week before according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. In the meantime, take care with dry, hot conditions, reduce fire danger and stay cool and hydrated. Learn more about these and other stories online at farmingtonlocal.news. Thank you for watching this edition of the Local News Roundup. I'm Hayley Opsal.
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