PHOENIX -- Another storm system is making its way across Arizona. This one, however, is much weaker than a couple of days ago and shouldn’t produce much in the way of rain.
However, there is a slight chance for showers in northern and eastern Arizona Saturday. By Saturday afternoon, the Valley will see mostly sunny conditions and temps in the 70s.
After the latest in a series of weather disturbances moves out, we’ll see a high pressure settle in for the next several days. That will bring lots of sunshine to the state with temperatures above average.
The next storm is on the horizon for late next week. We’ll see the precursor clouds on Thursday and by Friday, we’re looking at a decent chance for desert showers. However, once again, this will be a very warm storm system with very high snow levels.