TUCSON, Ariz. (KVOA) — After the coldest eleven day start to January in over ten years, Mother Nature will be cranking up the thermostat.
After highs in the 60s on Monday, temperatures will gradually cool through the upper 30s-to-lower 40s early Tuesday morning.
Most of this week we will see afternoon high temperatures in the low to mid 70s. No record-breaking highs are expected.
Low temperatures will also improve only falling into the mid 40s for most of the week.
There is no chance of rain during the work week, however, we are keeping an eye on a system that is projected to move into southern Arizona on Sunday.
- Tonight: Clear and cool. Low: 40°
- Tomorrow: Sunny and warmer. High: 70°
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Matt Brode www.kvoa.com
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