PHOENIX -- A weak weather disturbance moving through northern Arizona has brought some clouds, cooler temperatures, and a few isolated showers and thunderstorms to the state.
The system will continue to track eastward and by early Friday, what showers are occurring in eastern Arizona will end.
The weekend is looking like it will be quiet with unseasonably warm temperatures. Look for highs around 90 both Saturday and Sunday.
Then, by the middle part of next week, we’re anticipating a strong cold front dropping into Arizona from the north, bringing highs down to the low 70s by Wednesday and Thursday.
However, it looks like once again this will be a very dry system with only a slight chance we’ll see isolated showers in the deserts.