This week’s weather is more befitting the Emerald Isles than sunny Arizona, with another Pacific storm moving into the area early Wednesday, spreading areas of valley rain and accumulating mountain snow across the region through Thursday.
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For today, mostly sunny and mild. Breezy, with increasing cloud Tuesday, with showers developing by Wednesday morning and continuing throughout the day. Snow levels will quickly lower to 5,000 ft during the day Wednesday and even lower on Thursday. Check the latest forecast table for precipitation amounts and snow totals for your region. There may be additional rises in streams and rivers still running from last week’s rainfall. Showers will taper off during the day Thursday. Friday and Saturday will be sunny and cool, with a chance of showers returning on Sunday.
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Mark Sinclair, Ph.D.
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