A storm running into and through Arizona on Thursday will spark a thundershower for parts of the southern mountains. Otherwise, dry air is setting up shop for quite some time across the state. Not only that, there'll be a distinct lack of cloud cover. So, sunshine will lend toward warmer weather. Matter of fact, this weekend will be the warmest of the year-to-date. A cold front will arrive from the northwest early next week with a possible shower, mainly over higher elevations, but it's cooling powers will be short-lived. Enjoy!
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