Posted: Sep 22, 2013 7:39 PM by John Patrick
Updated: Sep 22, 2013 7:41 PM
TUCSON - Slightly cooler temperatures move in just in time for the start of fall.
An upper level trough moved through the region today kicking up the winds and dropping the temperatures. According to Meteorologist John Patrick, as dry and cool air settles in behind this system over the next 24 hours we'll see below average temps for the first time in nearly two weeks.
Waking up Monday morning the Old Pueblo will see comfortable temps in the low to mid 60s with highs struggling to reach 90 under sunny skies. We'll be slightly warmer for midweek as highs rebound to the mid 90s.
Our next system is scheduled to move in from the Pacific by Thursday once again kicking up the winds and bringing our highs back into the 80s. Check out your True View forecast by clicking here.
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