PHOENIX — The monsoon setup on Friday is expected to spark more storms in Arizona.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to flare up in northern, eastern and southeastern Arizona.
There’s a small possibility of a stray storm grazing the Valley. Main threats include lightning, gusty winds and blowing dust.
The heaviest rainfall is expected in the mountainous higher terrain regions.
The monsoon action will mostly get shutdown by the 4th of July holiday with only a last minute storm possible in the White Mountains.
As high pressure nudges in and the drier air takes over, temperatures will be headed for higher territory.
The holiday weekend in the Valley will be spent near the 110-degree mark. Talk about pool weather!
FRIDAY: 85/106 partly sunny
SATURDAY: 84/110 partly sunny
SUNDAY: 87/111 partly sunny
MONDAY: 85/110 mostly sunny
TUESDAY: 85/109 sunny
WEDNESDAY: 84/108 sunny
THURSDAY: 82/108 sunny
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