Today we head off to the Desert Southwest, seems to be the only place that’s been quiet these last few days. Will they continue to be so or is a pattern shift in the cards for them?
At 915pm MST, the temperature at Prescott, AZ was 57 degrees under fair skies. A fairly quiet pattern continues over AZ on Monday as a large front/upper trough pushes through the Pacific Northwest/Northern Rockies and pushes its way down over the Great Basin by early Tuesday. That’s as far south as it’s going to make it, however, as it stalls out over Southern NV/Utah. Central Arizona will remain fairly quiet and warm throughout the next couple of days, with perhaps a hint of briskness in the air during the morning.
Monday: Sunny. High 80, Low 50.
Tuesday: Continued sunny. High 81, Low 51.
TWC: Monday: Sunny. High 78, Low 52.
Tuesday: Sunny. High 77, Low 53.
AW: Monday: Sunny and pleasant. High 82, Low 48.
Tuesday: Plenty of sun. High 81, Low 49.
NWS: Monday: Sunny. High 78, Low 47.
Tuesday: Sunny. High 77, Low 48.
WB: Monday: Sunny. High 78, Low 49.
Tuesday: Sunny. High 76, Low 49.
WN: Monday: Sunny. High 79, Low 46.
Tuesday: Sunny. High 79, Low 46.
FIO: Monday: Clear throughout the day. High 78, Low 53.
Tuesday: Clear throughout the day. High 78, Low 54.
Here we see, well, pretty much nothing. It’s quiet. Pretty neat to see the Grand Canyon though!