Monday looks sunny as well, with a predicted high of about 77 degrees. Another batch of showers crosses the region Saturday night and as I mentioned earlier, hopefully departs, leaving us with partly to mostly sunny skies for Sunday. The morning is mainly quiet, but a few showers are possible early, perhaps a thunderstorm.
Leading into the holiday weekend, there are chances for showers, but we're not looking at complete washouts.
Memorial Day Weekend is underway, and so is our warm-up. A slight chance for storms returns by late Friday.
On Friday, temperatures will range from 66 to 70 degrees.
We saw another lovely day across the region.
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National Weather Service Hanford meteorologist Jeff Barlow forecasts a high of 60 degrees for Sunday, a 20-degree difference from Saturday's expected high of 80 degrees.
In addition to packing warm clothes - it's expected to fall near freezing around Flagstaff overnight and into the low 40s in the Payson area - campers should check with the National Forest Service for availability.
A similar start to Sunday morning with partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures will again be followed by rain showers and storms throughout the day. Temperatures will begin this Saturday in the mid to upper 60s, and by this afternoon we will warm our highs quickly back into the upper 80s with heat index values into the 90s as humid air will still be in place.
Highs Saturday will reach at least the upper 60s with some lower 70s likely.
New records could be set for high temperatures in several dozen cities, from Louisiana to Virginia, setting the stage for potentially deadly conditions.