Weather Outlook

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Date & Time: 01/24/2021 10:45 AM MST

Forecaster:  Waters, S.
 
Synopsis:

Today: showers and storms are currently located in the Gila River, SE Valley, East Valley and Superstition forecast zones. These storms are moving toward the northeast and their cores are dropping one to two tenths as they pass. Chances for these types of storms continue throughout the day and into tonight for all zones. Temperatures today will range from around 50 degrees across the northern zones to the middle 50s for greater Phoenix and Gila Bend. Overnight lows will be in the upper 30s for the north and middle 40s in the warmest parts of the City.

Tomorrow: showers and storms continue. A front will move through the County between 10am and 6pm which will bring winds to or exceeding 30 mph and scattered thunderstorms with the possibility of small hail. Snow levels will start at 5,000 feet early in the day and drop to 2,500 feet or so by evening. Afternoon highs will struggle to reach the mid-40s across the north and middle 50s for Phoenix and Gila Bend. Overnight lows will be about 32 degrees for places like Wickenburg and Cave Creek, with mid-town lows around 40.

Tuesday: chances for rain/snow continue with highs ranging from the mid-40s to mid-50s.

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