If it felt warm in the old pueblo this weekend, you were not mistaken. A record high temperature of 78 degrees was set in Tucson, Arizona on Saturday. This ties the old record of 78 degrees set in 2006.
The forecasted daytime high for Sunday is 78 degrees, which is just a few degrees shy of the record of 81 degrees.
This warm weather is due to a ridge of high pressure in our area. Temperatures will stay in the 70s throughout the week. On Friday, however, a cold front is expected to move into Southern Arizona, which could result in valley rain and mountain snow.
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