Breezy at times and cooler
- Breezy & cooler this week
- Possible light rain Sunday night
- Bundle up for the Prescott Christmas Parade & Courthouse lighting!
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Weather should be good for the Christmas Parade, but chilly
Monday: Mostly cloudy and cooler, becoming windy in the late morning to evening. Southwest wind 20-30 mph, with higher gusts possible. High in the lower 50s.
Tuesday – Wednesday: Mostly sunny and breezy in the afternoons. Lows in the upper 20s. Highs warming from the lower 50s to the upper 50s.
Thursday – Sunday: Variable cloudiness and breezes, with a possibly for some light rain showers Sunday night to Monday morning. Lows in the 30s. Highs in the mid to upper 50s.
https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/forecast/wxtables/ Navigate on the map to your location and click for a detailed local forecast.
A low pressure system moving across the Great Basin today is bringing cooler weather and considerable high cloudiness across the area today, and will produce windy conditions from the late morning to evening, with southwesterly gusts above 30 mph.
A bit of ridging is expected Tuesday and Wednesday for some warming and mostly clear skies.
The ridge will flatten out on Thursday through the coming weekend, with a series of disturbances moving across the southwest, bringing a gradual moistening of the airmass over the Southwest. There will be breezy conditions and variable clouds through the coming weekend, with a possibility of light to moderate rain showers Sunday night to Monday (but there is low confidence in the weekend forecast at this time). Check the local forecast table (linked above) for updates. C. James --
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Official National Weather Service Forecast: https://www.weather.gov/wrh/WxTable This clickable map will give you an official detailed local weather forecast for any location in the Western U. S.