May 7, 2014 6:01 PM by Matt Brode
TUCSON - Much cooler temperatures were found across Southern Arizona Wednesday as a late season cold front pushed through earlier today.
Temperatures were in the mid 70s, in the warmest spots, and many locations were struggling to climb out of the mid 60s.
Gusty winds were still occurring over extreme Eastern Arizona and a Red Flag Warning remains active through 7 p.m. for Eastern Graham, Greenlee and Cochise Counties. Winds will quickly subside after sunset.
An unseasoanbly cool night of weather can be expected from light winds, clear skies and a dry air-mass. Some of the coolest areas could drop into the upper 30s while most of metro Tucson stays near 50.
High pressure returns by the end of the workweek and into the weekend with the mercury headed back to the low 90s.