PHOENIX — We continue to reach into the triple digits for daytime highs, but we are going to see numbers a little cooler than the past couple of days.
Temperatures will top out near 106 degrees in the Valley; there will be low 100s across the Lower Deserts too.
The High Country will end up with 80s and 90s for highs under mostly sunny skies.
There will be some cloud cover drifting across far northern Arizona this afternoon, but dry conditions are expected all throughout Arizona.
In fact, our weather will remain dry until next Monday when we could see some rain in northwestern and north central Arizona, primarily north of Interstate 40.
The winds will become breezy for the Valley and the Lower Deserts on Saturday, but we’ll experience stronger winds in the higher terrains as well as northwest Arizona.
There is a Red Flag Warning for much of Mohave County on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. due to high winds and low relative humidity.
There could be some additional rain for the eastern and southeastern high country next Thursday and Friday, but elsewhere is looking dry.
Looking to the weekend, we’ll continue to enjoy lots of sunshine with a little bit of haze along with highs in the low 100s.
Much of next week will include highs in the low 100s, but it looks like we will eventually dip down into double digit territory the following week.
FRIDAY: 79/106 sunny
SATURDAY: 81/103 sunny & breezy
SUNDAY: 81/104 mostly sunny
MONDAY: 80/103 mostly sunny
TUESDAY: 80/102 mostly sunny
WEDNESDAY: 78/103 sunny
THURSDAY: 77/104 sunny
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