PHOENIX -- After a cool and unsettled weekend, look for a partly cloudy and mild Monday in the Valley with an afternoon high of 66 degrees.
Today will bring a few high clouds and near normal temperatures, but the next in a series of Pacific storms is set to arrive tomorrow. The first wave will be fairly weak, with a slight chance for Valley rain Tuesday night.
A stronger storm arrives Wednesday and brings a much better chance of rain, possibly heavy, for both Wednesday and Thursday. Snow levels are expected to come down to about 6,000 feet in the high country Wednesday and Thursday.
A break between storms is expected Friday before a weekend storm system brings a return to unsettled weather. This week's highs will stay in the 60s with lows in the 30s and 40s.