Posted: Dec 8, 2012 6:13 PM by John Patrick
Updated: Dec 8, 2012 6:14 PM
TUCSON - A cold front will bring some big weather changes to Tucson over the next couple days.
Today was the twenty fifth straight day with above temperatures in the Old Pueblo with a daytime high of 72. According to News 4 Meteorologist John Patrick, Southern Arizona will start to feel the effects of a cold front as soon as tomorrow.
As our cold front moves in tomorrow evening expect some breezy conditions with gusts between 25-35mph. Sunday night lows drop into the mid 30s for Tucson and below freezing for many areas east of the metro.
The cold air really settles in by Monday with daytime high struggling to get into the 60s for Tucson. By late Monday night into early Tuesday morning many valley locations expected to be at or below the freezing mark including the Tucson metro.
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