Jun 24, 2014 11:37 PM by Matt Brode
TUCSON - The third week of June is often the hottest time of year for Tucson. It was this week back in 1994 when many of the city's all time highest temperatures were observed.
Lows tonight drop into the 60's and 70's. Little change is expected to the forecast the remainder of the week, with ample sunshine and triple digit heat through the weekend. High pressure begins to make its trek toward the Four Corners next week. This is a favorable position for moisture to move in from Mexico, potentially leading to thunderstorm development. The official forecast through next Monday is dry, with some moisture leading to clouds cropping up in the higher terrain.