May 24, 2014 11:36 PM by John Patrick
TUCSON- Warming trends starts for the second half of the weekend.
Tucson topped out at 85 degrees this afternoon which is about 10 degrees below average for a late May. The upper level low that's been keeping temperatures relatively mild will make it's exit from the state heading into Sunday.
Temperatures return to the low 90s by tomorrow afternoon under mostly sunny skies. We may have enough leftover moisture to see a few mountain storms mainly for areas northeast of Tucson.
The Memorial Day holiday will see a high of 96 degrees with relatively light winds between 10-15mph. High pressure really takes hold by the middle of next week with temperatures back in the triple digits for Tuesday and Wednesday.
We're watching Hurricane Amanda in the Pacific to possibly transport some moisture our way by late next week. We may see a few isolated showers and storms across the region heading into Thursday and Friday.
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