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Look for Sunny & Warm Weather This Week Featured

Dr. Curtis James March 30, 2021 305

Temperatures in the 70’s! Hooray!

 

 

Big Idea

  • Temperatures are warming up
  • Expect afternoon breezes
  • Slight possibility of sprinkles on Thursday
  • No measurable precipitation this week
  • Read more

 

It’s time to try on your spring wardrobe!

 

Forecast Summary:

 

Monday – Tuesday: Mostly sunny, but breezy and slightly cooler. Highs cooling from the lower 70s on Monday to the upper 60s Tuesday. Morning lows dropping into the upper 30s on Tuesday morning.

 

Wednesday: Sunny and becoming warmer, with light southwesterly breezes in the afternoon. Morning lows in the lower 30s. Highs in the lower 70s. 

 

Thursday – Friday: Partly cloudy, breezy and even warmer. Possibly some light sprinkles Thursday afternoon or evening, but no accumulation expected. Morning lows in the upper 30s Thursday to mid 40s Friday. Highs in the mid to upper 70s.

 

Saturday – Sunday: Mostly sunny, and warm with afternoon breezes. Lows in the mid to upper 40s. Highs in the upper 70s. 

 

Forecast Table:

https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/forecast/wxtables/

Navigate on the map to your location and click for a detailed local forecast.

 

Discussion:

 

This week will be the warmest week so far this year, with a broadscale ridge over the Southwest. High temperatures will generally be in the 70s. However, we will see slight cooling and breezes Monday & Tuesday as an upper-level trough skirts around the ridge through the Great Basin.

 

Moreover, two weak troughs are forecast to move through Arizona Thursday to Friday and again on Friday to Saturday in association with a subtropical jet embedded within the ridge aloft. These troughs will bring periods of high clouds and breezes especially Thursday to Friday, with possible virga or even some light rain showers reaching the ground Thursday afternoon to Friday morning. Afternoon breezes will linger through the weekend, but temperatures will remain warmer than normal. No measurable precipitation is expected this week.  

 

C. James

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Curtis N. James, Ph.D.                                                                       
Professor of Meteorology

Applied Aviation Sciences

Prescott Campus

3700 Willow Creek Road                                                                                      
Prescott, AZ 86301-3720                                                                                         
928.777.6655                                                                               
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