Posted: Nov 30, 2012 5:53 PM by John Patrick
TUCSON - With the third warmest November in the books it looks like more of the same for the start of December.
Daytime highs were above average for the 17th day in a row to round out the work week and the month of November, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. High pressure in place off to our east brought a high of 76 at TIA which is 8 degrees above normal.
Little change expected through the upcoming weekend with forecast highs stuck in the mid to upper 70s. As a couple of weather disturbances pass well to our north expect a few cirrus clouds through the weekend.
With high pressure flexing its muscle over the southwest by the middle of next week forecast highs soar above the 80 mark. Temperatures peak on Tuesday and Wednesday with near record highs of 81 and 82 respectively.
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