ARIZONA, USA — The Valley is waving goodbye to the 70s for a bit, following a cooler stretch of weather. This is happening as high pressure takes hold over the western United States. Highs statewide will be closer to average this weekend.
Conditions will be a bit breezy Friday and Saturday, as wind in the lower deserts blows anywhere from about five to 15 mph. Wind gusts on Saturday could reach about 20 mph.
Another disturbance will move through Utah on Sunday which will pop up a mix of sun and clouds for us but won't provide us with any showers.
The rest of the week will end up quiet with temperatures running near our seasonal averages.
Our next chance for showers won't arrive until the following Sunday. Enjoy the drier fall weather!
FRIDAY: 57/84 Sunny & breezy
SATURDAY: 61/90 Sunny & breezy
SUNDAY: 65/88 Partly sunny
MONDAY: 60/84 Mostly sunny
TUESDAY: 59/83 Mostly sunny
WEDNESDAY: 60/86 Partly sunny
THURSDAY: 62/89 Mostly sunny
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