PHOENIX -- After an active start to the week, the workweek is likely to end fairly quietly for the Valley when it comes to monsoon storms. Drier air has moved in, dropping dew points and cutting storm chances dramatically.
Look for partly sunny skies and an afternoon high of 105 degrees in the Valley today, about 106 degrees tomorrow and 107 degrees Sunday. Storms are unlikely in the high country, but isolated storms could still rumble through the high country, especially in Eastern Arizona.
High pressure is forecast to set up over the Four Corners region early next week, bringing a return of monsoon moisture. At this point, there's only a slight chance of storms in the Valley from next Tuesday through Thursday, but blowing dust is possible.
Very hot temperatures are likely, will Valley highs reaching about 112 degrees by Tuesday.