Posted: Apr 21, 2013 7:17 PM by John Patrick
Updated: Apr 22, 2013 8:17 AM
TUCSON - High pressure dominates the west coast bringing above average temperatures.
Tucson reached the 90 degree mark this afternoon for the first time since April 4, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. As an area of high pressure remains parked over the Pacific daytime highs rise to around 92 for Monday. Little change is forecast through midweek as temperatures remain 6-8 degrees above average under plenty of sunshine.
A weak weather disturbance offers up a little relief by Thursday and Friday as forecast highs drop a little closer to average. The mid 80s and some high cloud cover return for a short period of time to wrap up the upcoming work week.
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