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Clouds, wind and isolated rain will dominate the start of the holiday week

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Fall Huachuca Mountains

Courtesy: Christian Garcia

TUCSON (KOVA) - High clouds will continue to dominate the skies over the next few days. Another front will pass us by in the middle of the week bringing us breezy conditions and possibly some rain.

The rain chances will be small, but better than anything we have seen over the last 46 days.

A few pockets of drizzle will be possible late Sunday and Monday.

Starting late Tuesday we will see a few isolated showers developing north of Tucson. Our best chances will be here overnight Wednesday into Thanksgiving.

Don't expect too much rain. If we see any totals will range from 0.01" to 0.10."

Temperature will drop into the low 70s by Wednesday and stay there through the start of the weekend.

It will also be breezy at times next week with gusts upwards of 25 mph.

  • Tonight: Mostly cloudy and cool. Low: 55°
  • Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy and warm. High: 77°
  • Tomorrow Night: Mostly cloudy and cool. Low: 54°

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