PHOENIX -- Another warm day is on tap for the Valley. Look for a high of about 93 degrees, which is 7 degrees above average for this time of year. Skies will stay clear with abundant sunshine and light winds.
A storm system moves in from the Pacific tomorrow and mostly cloudy skies will bring cooler Valley temperatures in the mid 80s both Saturday and Sunday.
There's a chance of rain and thunderstorms in the high country of Northern and Eastern Arizona, but Valley rain chances are slim. The Phoenix area has a 10 percent chance of showers late Friday and during the day Saturday. There's also a chance for isolated thunderstorms, which could bring gusty winds and blowing dust.
The storm moves out late Saturday and Easter morning will be clear and cool. Valley temperatures will range from the 50s and 60s around town Sunday morning, warming to the low 90s Sunday afternoon under clear skies.