Showers and thunderstorms will favor southeastern Arizona and the White Mountains Thursday, with a threat for blowing dust in the Valley.
Through Saturday, the biggest threat for the Valley will be blowing dust. Dew points will climb well into the 60s on Sunday and stay there for the first half of next week. With that increasing humidity comes increasing storm chances. The best chance for the Valley to see storms will be next Monday and Tuesday.
Higher storm coverage across the entire state is expected every day next week.
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THURSDAY: 86/107-- mostly sunny and breezy
FRIDAY: 86/108 – mostly sunny, ozone health watch possible
SATURDAY: 85/107 – mostly sunny, ozone health watch possible
SUNDAY: 86/107 -- a slight chance for storms
MONDAY: 85/104 storms possible
TUESDAY: 84/105 storms possible
WEDNESDAY: 88/107 isolated storms
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