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TUCSON - Showers on their way to southern Arizona for the start of the workweek. High cloud cover continues to thicken up across the region today ahead of our next storm system. Even with the extensive layer of cloud cover, daytime highs will top out near 70 degrees to round out the weekend. As moisture continues to surge into southern Arizona late tonight and into early tomorrow morning showers will start to develop along the International Border. These showers will become more widespread and head north through the day Monday. Many locations, including Tucson, will likely pick up between 0.25''-0.50" of rain. Best timing for rainfall looks to be between midday Monday and into Monday evening. Temperatures will remain relatively warm with this system so little snowfall is expected for the mountaintops of southern Arizona. Highs in Tucson Monday will range from the lower to middle 60s. There will be enough leftover moisture early Tuesday morning to support a few isolated showers, however, by Tuesday afternoon skies should begin clear and temperatures should warm back up. We'll remain dry though midweek with highs climbing back into the 70s. Another storm system will work its way into the region from the Pacific offering up another chance at precipitation as we head into next weekend. Isolated to scattered showers are in the forecast for Friday and Saturday but the likelihood of rain may increase as this system edges closer.
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