PHOENIX -- A spring storm continues to usher in a cool change for Arizona's weather on Wednesday.
A cold front moved through the state Tuesday, but on Wednesday morning, cool air was still filtering into our region.
Morning temperatures were only in the 50s across the Valley and are only expected to warm to the upper 70s Wednesday afternoon.
A few rain and snow showers are likely in the high country, but the Valley will stay dry.
Winds will ease up a bit, but breezy conditions can still be expected.
In the Valley, look for winds out of the southwest at 5 to 15 miles an hour, gusting up to 20 miles an hour.
Overnight temperatures will be fairly cool again, bottoming out in the 50s around the Valley before warming to about 85 degrees on Thursday afternoon.
We'll see sunshine and about 90 degrees on Friday and then mid 90s over the weekend.