PHOENIX -- A cold front is moving through Arizona Tuesday, bringing a much cooler air mass to the state.
The storm doesn't have much moisture, so light rain and snow showers are expected only across the higher elevations of Northern and Eastern Arizona.
Breezy weather continues Tuesday, but it shouldn't be as windy as Monday.
There is no Wind Advisory or Health Watch for Tuesday as both have been allowed to expire as winds calmed down.
Partly sunny skies and a high of nearly 75 degrees can be expected in the Valley Tuesday.
As winds continue to ease up and skies clear out overnight, temperatures will plummet.
Some of the coolest temperatures so far of the fall can be expected in the Valley Wednesday and Thursday mornings, ranging from the low 40s to low 50s.
Temperatures will warm to the mid to upper 70s by Thursday afternoon and trick-or-treaters will be treated to clear skies and temperatures in the 60s.
Mid 80s and sunshine is expected this weekend.