PHEONIX -- A storm continues moving through Arizona Friday, bringing light rain and snow to the state.
The Valley woke up to some light rain and cloudy skies, along with mild temperatures in the 60s.
Eventually, we'll warm it up to the 70s Friday afternoon under partly sunny skies.
There's a slight chance for a few more sprinkles, but the storm is already beginning to push east and out of the state.
In the high country, snow levels have remained relatively high, with mainly rain below about 7,000 feet.
The rain has been light and scattered showers are possible throughout the day, along with breezy conditions today in the high country, too.
Over the weekend, high pressure builds into the west for warm and dry conditions.
A storm moving by to the north will bring breezy weather, especially in the high country when Sunday could be especially windy.
In the Valley, look for low 80s this weekend and plenty of sunshine. Overnight lows will stay mild in the 40s and 50s.