Meteorologist Jeff Beamish: Expect ample sunshine and warmer temps the remainder of the week, as high pressure slides over the state. Daytime highs will range from the mid 90's this afternoon to upper 90's tomorrow into the holiday weekend. We could see some gusty winds develop Thursday up to 20 MPH. Outside of that, plan on warm, but Ice Break free temps.
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Posted 8:42 AM 5/14/2013 by Jeff Beamish
TUCSON - More 90's and more cloud cover this afternoon.
A departing low pressure trough over Sonora draws in enough moisture for isolated showers along the International Border today, according to News 4 Meteorologist Jeff Beamish. Areas north of that will stay dry, with partly cloudy (More) • Video (1)
Posted 6:54 PM 5/13/2013 by Joh Patrick
TUCSON - High pressure will supply near ice breaking temperatures as we head into the middle of the work week.
The Old Pueblo topped 96 this afternoon making it the warmest day of May so far, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. Unfortunately, we aren't done warming up quite yet (More)
Posted 7:01 PM 5/11/2013 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Above normal temps return on Mother's Day as high pressure builds into the west coast.
Temperatures have been sitting below average for nearly a week now but a forecast high of 93 on Mother's Day kicks off a warming trend. Mostly sunny skies and wind gusts up to about 30mph should (More)