Today, sunny, gorgeous and quite warm, but significant changes are on the way. High pressure is still in charge, but not for a lot longer. Low pressure moving up from Baja is on the way, bringing clouds and chance of rain by late tomorrow.
The heaviest rain will be well to our East in the Phoenix/Flagstaff corridor, but we'll likely see anywhere from 0.10" to as much as 0.25" of rainfall between Tuesday night and Thursday morning.
The most noticeable difference will be in temperatures, as we'll go from 88 today all the way down to the upper sixties by Wednesday!
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