PHOENIX — High pressure is large and in charge to start the workweek. All this week will be spent in above average territory for the Valley.

Phoenix could hit 90 degrees on Tuesday, making it the first 90-degree temperature reading since October 28. Phoenix typically reaches 90 degrees for the first time in any given year by the end of March.

A weak weather-maker will increase winds by midweek and knock temperatures back into the mid-80s.

Dry weather will remain the theme all week long. 

MONDAY: 55/87 warmest of the year

TUESDAY: 59/90 mix of sun and clouds

WEDNESDAY: 62/88 cloudy

THURSDAY: 60/86 breezy

FRIDAY: 57/84 breezy

SATURDAY: 56/85 staying dry

SUNDAY: 57/86 above average

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