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PHOENIX -- Another storm moves through Arizona today, although it's a fairly weak system. The area of low pressure has been moving through Southern California and across the Baja region.
It's forecast to continue pushing by to our south today, bringing only limited moisture to Arizona. That means southern parts of our state have the best chance of showers, with rainfall amounts of up to 0.5 inch possible.
In the Valley, rain chances are at about 10 percent, with the best chance for light rain this afternoon and evening.
Temperatures should top out near 67 degrees under partly sunny skies. Overnight lows will dip to the upper 30s and 40s.
Snow is possible today in the high country, but totals should be light at generally less than an inch.
The next winter storm is forecast for Sunday. Rely on 3TV to keep you updated as that storm moves closer.