ARIZONA, USA — Temperatures are on track to tumble Thursday as a weather system swings through the state with gusty winds and showers.
Showers and thunderstorms will favor Northern Arizona. The snow level for accumulation will set up near 6,000 feet. Wind and winter weather alerts are active in the higher terrain.
High temperatures will cool 15-20 degrees below average and feel more like December standards.
A warming trend will get going again for the weekend with sunshine.
The temperature rollercoaster continues next week with another midweek mercury drop and gusty winds Monday and Tuesday.
THURSDAY: 54/66 Slight chance of showers, much cooler
FRIDAY: 46/71 Mostly sunny, cool
SATURDAY: 52/80 Sunny, warming
SUNDAY: 53/83 Sunny, warming
MONDAY: 55/78 Mostly sunny, windy
TUESDAY: 51/70 Sunny, cooler, breezy
WEDNESDAY: 49/74 Mostly sunny
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