TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — We saw a beautiful Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday with scattered clouds and then plenty of sunshine across Southern Arizona, with highs reaching the low 70s.
We’ll see a pattern change begin Tuesday, however.
Scattered showers will arrive Tuesday morning and persist for much of the day across Southern Arizona. We are not expecting large rain totals, perhaps a few hundredths to one tenth of an inch around greater Tucson. High temperatures will cool down into the mid-60s.
Wednesday brings another chance for rain and snow showers in the mountains, but the valleys will likely stay dry. Mid-week highs will hover around the mid-60s.
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