With highs in the 70’s, and mostly sunny skies, it’s a great time to get outdoors.
According to the National Weather Service, a weak trough of low pressure will will brush northern Arizona this afternoon and tonight, bringing breezy to windy conditions. No moisture is expected in the state. Windy and dry conditions in Northern Arizona will prevail, although Friday may have a slight dip in temperature.
Look for near to slightly above average highs, and some breezy afternoons this week.
It is possible that some areas may approach critical fire weather thresholds this week. Make sure you're firewise!
Tuesday: High of 71º. Winds this afternoon at 10-15 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph. Low tonight around 44º, with continuing winds.
Wednesday: High near 74º, winds south southwest 8-13 mph in the afternoon, gusts as high as 21 mph. Low around 48º.
Thursday: Sunny, and a high near 73º. The breezy wins will kick up to 17-22 mph in the afternoon, with gusts up to 34 mph. The low will drop to 46º overnight.
Friday: Look for 70º, and a low near 42. Sunny skies. No significant winds to think about.
Saturday: High at 71º and a low around 44, mostly clear.
Sunday: Expect mostly sunny skies, and a high near 70º. Partly cloudy that evening and a low around 46º.