Warm weather across Arizona
Updated yesterday at 8:47 PM
PHOENIX -- A very quiet weather pattern continues to establish itself over the western third of the country. That pattern, due to a ridge of high pressure centered over Northern California, will bring us warm and dry weather well into next week.
By tomorrow, highs will be in the low 80s around the Valley and reach the mid-80s early next week.
This pattern will also bring warm and dry weather to the mountains of our state. While there is a chance for a few rain and snow showers Saturday afternoon in the White Mountains, no major accumulations are expected.
Most of the state will be seeing above-average temperatures into the middle of next week.
And a reminder with all the sunshine, if you’re headed out to one of the spring training games, it’s definitely time to sunscreen up. This time of year, with the cooler temps, we see a lot of folks getting sunburned.