Sep 28, 2012 11:45 AM by Jeff Beamish
TUCSON - A few sprinkles to wrap the work week.
Remnant moisture from former Hurricane Miriam leads to partly cloudy skies and isolated mountain showers today, according to News 4 Meteorologist Jeff Beamish. Morning showers should lift into Graham and Greenlee Counties by mid-day. Expect afternoon highs in the low 90's for Tucson.
The weekend features more sunshine and a gradual warm-up, as high pressure begins to develop off the West Coast. High temps Saturday and Sunday should be in the low to mid 90's metro-wide, with overnight lows dipping around 70 degrees.
High pressure moves toward Rocky Point early next week. The net result for southern Arizona is temperatures approaching triple digits west of the metro. Tucson looks to stay under the 100 degree mark Monday through Wednesday.