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PHOENIX -- Get out those umbrellas. Arizona is about to get a late-monsoon soaking.
Low pressure moving toward the state from the west is expected to bring cooler temperatures and storms. At the same time, abundant moisture moving our way from the south could mean heavy rain. Tropical Storm Georgette is moving onshore in Southern Baja California, and is projected to move north toward Arizona.
Maricopa County, including parts of Phoenix, could see 1 to 2 inches of rain.
Showers are possible today, but chances are best tonight and tomorrow.
In addition to heavy rain, strong winds are a possibility across the state today and tomorrow.
After three days in a row of record-breaking heat, Valley highs today are expected to top out near 102 degrees. Plan on much cooler weather tomorrow with highs only expected to top out in the low 90s.
Tomorrow is also the start of fall. The Autumnal Equinox is at 8:09 p.m.
Keep it tuned to 3TV for the latest on potential storm watches and warnings.