Wet start to holiday weekPosted: Updated:
PHOENIX -- Overnight rain showers pushed through the Valley, leaving wet streets for Monday morning commuters. They were brief, but some of those showers were accompanied by some early-morning thunder, too.
There's not much snow to report from the high country, but a little more could fall throughout the day.
Behind this storm system, cooler air filters in and we only expect to warm up to the 60s in the Valley under partly sunny skies.
Tonight, look for lows in the 40s and low 50 around town.
The next few afternoons will be spent in the 70s, including Thanksgiving. Another storm threatens Thanksgiving with rain, although at this point, it's only about a 10 percent chance. There's a better chance of showers overnight Thursday into Friday morning, which means if you're headed out to do some very early Black Friday shopping, take along an umbrella!
There's also a chance of snow Thanskgiving and Friday in the high country.