PHOENIX -- A weak weather disturbance moving to the north of Arizona is bringing high clouds to the state.
There is no precipitation associated with this cloud mass outside of an isolated light rain or snow shower in the mountains.
Temperatures around the Valley will peak in the mid to upper 60s Sunday afternoon.
Another system will bring us cooler temperatures on Monday, with highs dropping into the low 60s. Then we get a pretty quiet weather week until Friday and Saturday.
There are early indications a storm headed in will drop temperatures into the mid 50s in Phoenix and perhaps bring us some rain and snow.