PHOENIX -- A weak storm will move through Arizona Wednesday, but a stronger one is close behind.
Neither is expected to bring the Valley much, if any rain. Light rain and snow was falling during the morning hours in areas north of the Valley and in Eastern Arizona. More is expected throughout the day.
The Valley has a chance of sprinkles through about midday, then skies will clear a bit for a partly sunny afternoon and a high temperature of 64 degrees.
Overnight lows will be noticeably cooler in the mid 30s to mid 40s tonight into tomorrow morning under partly cloudy skies.
Another storm begins to move toward Arizona Thursday, with rain and snow beginning in the high country as early as Thursdasy afternoon and ending by midday Friday.
The high country could see two to six inches of snow above 5,000 feet and four to eight inches at higher elevations.
The Valley has just a ten percent chance of rain late Thursday and Friday, but temperatures will stay cool in the low 60s through Friday.
Over the weekend, we'll see plenty of sunshine and highs in the low 70s by Sunday.