The storm track will remain mostly to our north for the next week. Disturbances will continue to move across the Great Basin, with the southern end of each of these disturbances moving across northern Arizona on Tuesday, Thursday, and again on Monday. None of these systems will tap into enough moisture nor produce enough lifting for dense clouds or precipitation. However, we can expect breezy to windy conditions with each disturbance, and temperatures above normal. Skies will be mostly sunny, except for periods of thin high clouds, especially today.
Here’s what the National Weather Service is projecting.
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Official National Weather Service forecast