Midday clouds will put a damper on afternoon storm formation for the Valley, but we’ll see low-grade chances by evening. More likely is a wind event from 7-8pm from dying storms to our east. This cloudiness is however keeping temperatures down a bit, but we’ll see highs from the upper 90s for the northern zones to 105 at the hottest lower desert locations. Overnight lows will range from the upper 70s to low 80s. Tomorrow we’ll have partly cloudy skies in the daytime with highs from the middle 90s to right around 100 courtesy of a disturbance moving into the area from Mexico. It is similar to the disturbance that caused all the rain from the 22nd through 25th, but not as potent. We have a better chance of storms tomorrow afternoon and evening, but not expecting wide-spread heavy rains. Saturday the afternoon/evening chance for showers and storms continues with even lower daytime highs of 93 to 98 degrees.