After yesterday’s storms, drier conditions are settling in. Today will be warm and partly sunny. Wednesday, a dry disturbance passes by to our north. Increasing heights aloft will give us a break from the unsettled weather for the rest of the workweek with above-average temperatures and dry conditions.
Today, expect cloudy conditions to give way to clearing skies. High temperatures will top out in the 67°F-70°F range around the Valley. Variable winds will generally remain below 10 mph. Plan on cloudy conditions to return this evening ahead of tomorrow’s disturbance with overnight lows in the 45°F-48° range. Variable winds with no gusts of consequence.
For tomorrow expect passing clouds leading to clear conditions with afternoon highs in the 67°F-70°F range throughout the County. Variable winds will increase as the dry system makes its way through northern AZ with winds up to 20 mph expected in the eastern zones. Overnight lows dipping to the mid-‘40s County-wide with some Urban locales near 50°F.
Thursday expect another day with highs near 70°F and calm conditions. No changes expected to the forecast for the start of the weekend.