Posted: Sep 16, 2012 8:00 AM by John Patrick
TUCSON - Sunny skies and warm daytime highs round out the weekend.
High pressure cranks the temperatures back up into the mid 90s for the first time in a about a week, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. Little change is expected over the next several days with highs stuck near average in the mid 90s.
The broad ridge of high pressure over the west coast will keep dry air locked in with generally sunny skies and clear nights. Winds over the next few days should remain fairly light with the occasional afternoon gust. Overall, the transition continues from a wet Monsoon to a typical mid to late September pattern.
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