Posted: Oct 26, 2013 8:00 AM by John Patrick
TUCSON - Our next storm system is on the way following a warm weekend.
Temperatures will run about five degrees above average as an area of high pressure builds back in for the weekend. According to Meteorologist John Patrick, the last weekend of October will be filled plenty of sun and daytime highs once again approaching 90 by Sunday.
Our next fall system is beginning to develop in British Columbia before it heads our way early next week. The primary impacts on our region from this system will be gusty winds and cooler temperatures.
Monday will look to be more of a transition day with a breezy afternoon and slightly cooler temperatures. Tuesday should be the windiest day as gusts rise above 30mph and temperatures drop back to the 70s. We may tap into just enough moisture to support a few showers across southern Arizona late Tuesday and into early Wednesday.
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