Posted: Jun 2, 2012 8:00 AM
TUCSON - Another triple digit day is in store to start your weekend.
A forecast of high 103 for your Saturday makes it the third straight day with triple digit temperatures, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. That's not another record breaker like we saw on Friday but still getting pretty close. The record high for the Old Pueblo on June 2 is 105 set back in 2004.
A slight cool down is here to start the work week as we drop back into the upper 90s, putting us a little closer to normal. The 90s are short lived as the triple digits return by the middle of the work week and stick around through next weekend.
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