A cold front on the move and making it's way into Arizona tonight and Sunday has brought strong winds to parts of the state already. But what we will all start to fell in the next 24 hours is a big drop in temperatures.
Some rain and snow is expected in the high country, but should be pretty limited. Just a few inches of snow expected above 7000 feet.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the Kaibab Plateau from 5 p.m. tonight to 11 a.m. Sunday above 7000 feet. Also in place for the Chuska Mountains and Defiance Plateau from 8 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday above 8000 feet.
For the Valley, unfortunately we stay dry. The rain is expected to stay north and east of us.
Monday chilly air settles in, the coldest temperatures of the season so far will likely hit Tuesday morning. We are talking morning valley temperatures in the 30s.
After that, temperatures will swing up and down a few degrees for the remainder of the week as another weak disturbance brushes by Thursday.