Skies over Arizona are filled with clouds for the start of the week as a series of weak weather makers moves through the region.
The low pressure systems slide in Tuesday and Wednesday but moisture is very limited, so the chance for rain over the deserts is nonexistent. With that said N. Arizona won't see any either.
Temperatures will cool a few degrees and winds will be breezy to gusty at times through Thursday.
After that high pressure returns, clouds clear and the sunshine warms our temperatures back into the 70's the rest of the week.