Jul 18, 2014 6:37 PM by Matt Brode
TUCSON - Friday has been another quiet dry day of weather across Southern Arizona, with a few clouds and temperatures just south of 100 degrees in most spots.
High pressure will move into a more favorable position this weekend and storm chances will rise. According to Chief Meteorologist Matt Brode, we won't see as wide-spread storm coverage as we have recently, but a daily round of isolated storms will begin by Saturday and remain through the first part of next work-week.
The other big weather story will be the intense heat forecast to invade the region by Tuesday and persisting through Thursday. Record highs will be in jeopardy as the mercury climbs close to 110. This heat would be the hottest temperatures the district has seen all summer long.