PHOENIX -- A late spring storm continues to pump cool air into Arizona. Also, a fair amount of moisture. As a result, we've had a few isolated sprinkles around the Valley since Sunday night and Tuesday, we have about a 20 percent chance to see a few more light showers. Most of the rainfall, and it's not expected to be very heavy, will be in the higher elevations of our state. We may even see a few thunderstorms the next 24 hours across Arizona.
Gradually, that area of low pressure is going to move inland this weekend and then we'll start to warm things up. In fact, by the weekend we're looking at temperatures in the low to mid-90s, which would be about average for this time of year.