First Alert Weather: Active monsoon storms arrive in Arizona; muggy and cooler day in Phoenix
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- It’s an active morning across the state with storms moving through the Valley capable of producing gusty winds, heavy rain, and blowing dust. Because of this and more storm threats throughout Sunday, we’re issuing a First Alert Weather Day!
Look for a high of 102 this afternoon, much cooler than Friday’s high of 114. It will feel muggy and humid today with dew points up. We’re expecting windy conditions and the possibility of heavy rainfall again tonight with storm chances around 40% in the Phoenix area. Storm chances don’t end there! We’re gearing up for a busy weather week with storm chances every day through Saturday along with below-average temperatures.
We’re also calling for a First Alert Weather Day tomorrow with storm chances around 40-50% for your Monday. A good portion of the state will be under a Flood Watch today through Tuesday evening. Flash flooding is possible and may cause rivers, streams, and creeks to flood.
Stick with Arizona’s Family as we track these storms today and throughout next week!
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