PHOENIX -- A weather disturbance moves through Arizona today, generating slightly cooler temperatures and a slight chance for storms.
Much of the Valley woke up to sprinkles or light rain this morning under mostly cloudy skies. No measurable rain was recorded.
Overnight lows were unseasonably warm under the cloud cover, with Sky Harbor only cooling to 84 degrees.
There is a 20 percent chance for showers and isolated thunderstorms in the Valley this afternoon and evening. Look for a Valley high of about 100 degrees under partly sunny skies.
Tomorrow, there is a continued threat for thunderstorms in the high country of Northern and Eastern Arizona, but the Valley will likely be dry and a little warmer at 104 degrees.
Saturday is likely to be a bit warmer at 106 degrees and Sunday will also bring sunshine and triple digit heat.
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