PHOENIX -- Tuesday's late-day storms meant a nice, cool start to our Wednesday. Morning lows dipped to the 60s in parts of the Valley as a humidity hovered near 60 percent.
Partly cloudy skies were leftover from the storms, which dumped about 0.1 of an inch of rain around town Tuesday.
Temperatures will warm up to the low 90s this afternoon and there's about a 30-percent chance for more rain.
After today, the low-pressure system moves further north and we begin to warm up and dry out.
Look for temperatures closer to the triple-digit mark this weekend under mostly sunny skies. Our nights and mornings should stay cooler in the 70s.