PHOENIX — Northern Arizona will be the first to feel a brisk chill brought on by a dry cold front zipping through Wednesday into Thursday.
The advertised cold front will dip in from the northeast and speed up the winds across the state, especially on Thursday, while also chilling down temperatures.
The strongest northeast winds are expected along and southwest of the Mogollon Rim and through the San Francisco Peaks.
The coldest air of the workweek will be on deck Thursday and Friday with many forecasted temperatures slipping below average.
The weekend will call for seasonable temperatures statewide with a small possibility for showers over the higher terrain of east-central Arizona.
WEDNESDAY: 43/68 sunny
THURSDAY: 46/65 sunny & breezy
FRIDAY: 41/66 mostly sunny
SATURDAY: 42/68 mostly sunny
SUNDAY: 44/70 mostly sunny
MONDAY: 44/71 mostly sunny
TUESDAY: 45/72 mostly sunny
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