Nov 3, 2013 8:18 PM by John Patrick
TUCSON - Another system is on the way to continue our cool down and possibly add to the rain bucket.
Last night's rain ended the eighth longest fall dry streak for Tucson with TIA reporting in with 0.12", according to Meteorologist John Patrick. That system also dropped our daytime highs about five degrees to wrap up the weekend as we topped 81 here in the Old Pueblo.
Our next system is already heading our way for another chance to see some rainfall starting Monday evening. With the leftover moisture in place from last night we should have enough instability to see scattered showers and possibly a thunderstorm across southern Arizona.
Skies will begin clear heading into Tuesday morning with a leftover shower or two possible for eastern Arizona. Temperatures will remain well below average both Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the low 70s and lows in the 40s for Tucson. Some of the colder locations in Cochise County will likely see freezing overnight lows through midweek.
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