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Hays is in for a sunny Thursday — jump on it!

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Hays Digest
Hays Digest
 2021-06-17

(HAYS, MT) Sun alert! Get out and take advantage of the sun today with one of these unique ideas, or use them as inspiration for your own planning with our four-day forecast, based on NWS data.

Have a picnic: As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, meeting a friend somewhere pretty with a basket of snacks can be a spontaneous way to enjoy a sunny afternoon in a safer environment than indoors. Risk levels should always be taken into account along with advice from health authorities on gathering sizes. Don’t forget your picnic blanket!

Try a new hobby: Let’s face it — starting a new hobby can be frustrating at times, even hard, and that can be a disincentive to getting out of our comfort zones. There aren’t many better ways to bust through that barrier than knowing that at least you’ll be warm and comfortable while you take a shot at rollerblading, bouldering, or whatever your next pursuit may be.

Take a walk and try a food truck: Anyone who lives in a city has had the feeling of wondering why they don’t know the various neighborhoods better. A great way to get out and sample what your local community has to offer while enjoying the fresh air is to take a walk and grab a bite.

Along with a sunny Thursday, here’s the rest of the four-day forecast for Hays:https://img.particlenews.com/image.php?url=0Dk4rP_0aX7Mrqv00

  • Thursday, June 17

    Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight

    • High 76 °F, low 52 °F
    • Windy: 20 mph
  • Friday, June 18

    Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight

    • High 76 °F, low 57 °F
    • Breezy: 5 to 9 mph
  • Saturday, June 19

    Partly sunny during the day; while chance of rain showers then chance of light rain overnight

    • High 77 °F, low 52 °F
    • Windy: 23 mph
  • Sunday, June 20

    Chance of light rain during the day; while partly cloudy overnight

    • High 64 °F, low 46 °F
    • Light wind

This forecast was created automatically using NWS data.

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