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Sep 21, 2013 10:37 PM by John Patrick

Fall brings signs of change

TUCSON - California cold front brings small changes to southern Arizona.

The last full day of summer wrapped up with a few showers and a daytime high of 97 for the Old Pueblo. According to Meteorologist John Patrick, our first Pacific low of the fall season will move through the region over the next 24 hours bringing a few changes to southern Arizona.

This system will bring just enough instability to support a few storms early tomorrow afternoon with most of the activity from Tucson and points northeast. We'll also see a westerly wind pick up Sunday afternoon between 15-25mph.

Temperatures will slowly decline for the upcoming week as a couple of systems move in from the Pacific. Highs will hover in the low to mid 90s with overnight lows dropping to a comfortable mid 60s in Tucson.

Fall officially begins at 1:44pm Sunday afternoon as the Sun moves directly over the equator. Check out the first week of fall in your True View 4 forecast by clicking here.

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