Warmer weather this week!
- Weather is expected to be mostly sunny and gradually warmer
- High clouds, and light winds
- Looking at mid-60’s on Saturday
- No precipitation expected
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Weather to warm up this week
Mostly sunny and gradually warmer this week, except for some slight cooling on Thursday. Some high clouds on Monday – Tuesday and again over the weekend. Light winds, except some northerly to northeasterly breezes Thursday – Friday. High temperatures will warm from the upper 50s today to the mid 60s on Saturday. Morning lows will warm from the upper 20s to the mid 30s by the weekend. No precipitation expected.
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A ridge of high pressure will gradually build over the Southwest this week, although there will be several disturbances moving around the ridge. There will be a weak disturbance today - tomorrow, then a stronger trough diving down into New Mexico from the northwest on Thursday (which will bring some northerly to northeasterly breezes and possible slight cooling to Arizona). Another weak disturbance will move around the ridge on Saturday night to Sunday. However, the overall development of high pressure over us throughout the week will create a gradual warming trend, with high temperatures in the upper 50s today warming to highs in the mid 60s by Saturday. Lows will warm from the upper 20s to mid 30s.
May each of you have a Thanksgiving week full of gratitude!
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