PHOENIX -- A weak weather disturbance is moving through Arizona today, bringing a few noticable changes.
The day started off mostly cloudy, and a few Valley neighborhoods even got a few sprinkles. The area of low pressure is quickly moving through our region and skies are expected to be mostly clear by this afternoon. Look for Valley highs in the mid 70s.
Mid 70s and partly sunny skies are expected again Tuesday with overnight lows this week in the 40s. Warmer weather is expected Wednesday and Thursday as high pressure slides east over our region and brings afternoon highs to around 80 degrees.
A low pressure system moves through the state starting Friday, with a slight chance of rain and high elevation snow in the high country. Rain chances are very slim for the Valley, and at this point it looks like the Valley will see a cool-down to the 60s, but no rain this weekend.