PHOENIX, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- High pressure will allow afternoon temperatures to warm to about five degrees above normal for Sunday. A few high clouds otherwise mostly clear skies are expected.
Monday, a dry cold front will sweep across the state. This will allow cooler air to filter in. Winds will pick up too. Stronger gusts are expected mainly in northern Arizona. Showers will be confined to only the highest elevations of northern Arizona.
Temperatures take a tumble into the upper 50s and low 60s for the Valley Monday through Wednesday. Overnight temperatures will get downright chilly in the Valley, and will be in the upper 30s Monday and Tuesday.
By the end of the week, high pressure builds again for another warm up.