PHOENIX — Above-average temperatures will stick around all week, but we're going to avoid this summer's extreme heat.
Our typical high this time of year is 99 degrees, but we are more likely to see highs between 101 and 105 this week.
The High Country will end up with 80s and 90s for highs under mostly sunny skies.
Isolated rain will move through western Arizona ending up in Rim Country and around the Colorado Plateau on Monday.
There will be some isolated rain popping up this afternoon in southeastern Arizona and in the White Mountains; however, this is going to be spotty activity with low rain potential.
Our best chance of rain will be in northwestern and north central Arizona. We could see isolated thunderstorms with wind gusts and lightning.
MONDAY: 80/103 mostly sunny
TUESDAY: 79/102 mostly sunny
WEDNESDAY: 80/103 sunny
THURSDAY: 78/105 sunny
FRIDAY: 78/103 sunny
SATURDAY: 77/101 sunny
SUNDAY: 76/102 sunny
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