PHOENIX —

A low pressure system will push in showers across Arizona on Wednesday while also amplifying the winds. Thunderstorms will also be possible.

Far western Arizona will get the brunt of it. Heavy rain there could lead to flash flooding through Wednesday evening.

Unsettled weather will be dragged out through the remainder of the week as the low sluggishly slides eastward.

Valley rainfall totals are expected to stay below one-tenth of an inch.

Snow levels will lower to 5,000 feet by Thursday morning with 1-2” of snowfall possible for areas above 6,500 feet.

Statewide high temperatures Thursday will be running 10-20 degrees below average. 

Warmer and sunnier weather will return for the weekend.

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WEDNESDAY -- 58/80 isolated shower

THURSDAY -- 51/73 chance rain

FRIDAY -- 51/72 isolated shower

SATURDAY -- 54/77 mostly sunny

SUNDAY -- 57/81 mostly sunny and warmer

MONDAY -- 60/81 bright

TUESDAY -- 57/83 sunny

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