Posted: Jan 5, 2013 7:03 AM by John Patrick
TUCSON - Freezing temps kick off the weekend with highs rebounding this afternoon.
Tucson woke up to 31 at the airport this morning but daytime highs should reach the low 60s this afternoon, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. High pressure continues to build into Southern Arizona on Sunday bringing a forecast high of 66 under sunny skies to end the weekend.
Our next winter storm is scheduled to move into the region early Monday bringing a chance of valley rain and mountain snow through Monday night. Valley locations could receive 0.10"-0.25" of rain while mountain areas could pick up several inches of new snow to start the work week.
Cooler temperatures also filter back into Southern Arizona beginning on Monday as highs fall back into the low 50s. For a complete look into your extended True View 4 Forecast click here.
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