Mostly cloudy skies today with a few passing showers through the Valley. But the bigger change is the chill in the air...just the beginning of our extended cool down!
Arizona's high country did pick up some snow from this storm system:
Jacob Lake: 6"
We'll see some clearing by Thursday morning, but the chill will linger. Phoenix-area highs will only make it into the 50s for 5 days in a row. Not too common considering our normal high temperatures in early December run in the upper 60s.
Morning lows will dip into the upper 30s in Central Phoenix Friday and Saturday. That means some of those typically colder locations such as Tonopah, Queen Creek, Chandler, Buckeye, Florence and Casa Grande will be close to or even dip below the freezing mark. A FREEZE WARNING is in effect for the suburbs surrounding Phoenix for late Thursday night into Friday morning. Plan to protect the plants, pipes and pets if you live in a typically colder location!
Chief Meteorologist Chris Dunn
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