Forecast for Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Cold front blew through last night along with some light rain and mountain snow. The colder air is settling in and we will be left with a cool week ahead. Clearing skies today with a few clouds around for possible sunset enhancement and a high in the mid 50s.

Mostly clear skies tonight and chilly (mmm chili) with a low in the low to mid 30s.

Mostly sunny tomorrow and Thursday with highs near 60.

Another storm set to move through Friday and Friday night with a chance for showers. Friday’s high in the upper 50s.

Sunny Saturday near 60. Upper 60s Sunday. Near 70 Monday.

Forecast for Monday, February 19, 2018

Happy President’s Day or Washington’s Birthday. Whatever keeps you from going in to the office! The weather is sure getting interesting. A storm is heading our general direction today and tonight. As it approacheth the winds will be kicking up out of the south southwest 15-25 mph gusting to near 35. So. The National Weather service has issued a WIND ADVISORY from Noon until 11:00 p.m. so be advised, it will be windy. A 40% chance for showers this afternoon and tonight as well. The cold front should blow through around 6:00 p.m. Today’s high in the mid 60s but turning colder…

A 40% chance for showers tonight with winds relaxing after midnight and a low near 40.

A slight chance for a lingering shower tomorrow morning otherwise sunny and cool with a high in the mid 50s.

Freezing Wednesday morning with a high near 60ish in the afternoon with sunshine. Low 60s Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mid 60s Sunday. The computer models can’t agree on another storm for Friday. Right now the weather service has a slight chance for showers in Friday night’s forecast, but that could change. Stay tuned!

Forecast for Sunday, February 18, 2018

All of a sudden we are in a somewhat active weather pattern! A couple of storms are fixin’ to impact southern Arizona. The first one today is weak, but we have a lot of moisture still in place from last weeks rain. Call it a chance for scattered showers today and tonight with a high in the upper 60s and a low near 50ish.

Our second storm drops down from the north bringing gusty winds and cooler air. Snow levels should drop to near 4,000 feet before we are done, but most of the valley rain and mountain snow will fall before that happens. Still, we could see 1-4 inches of snow in the Catalinas above 5,000 feet. SSW winds 15-25 mph gusting over 35 and a high on Monday in the low 60s. Scattered showers and continued breezy Monday night with a low in the upper 30s.

Slight chance for a lingering shower or two Tuesday morning otherwise becoming mostly sunny and cool with a high in the low 50s.

Sunny Wednesday after a near freezing start near 60. Mid 60s Thursday. Low 60s Friday. Mid 60s Saturday.

Forecast for Saturday, February 17, 2018

Add another .25″ to this months rain total yesterday and we now stand .28″ above average for the year! Areas of fog this morning (although it has lifted here in Oro Valley) for a DENSE FOG ADVISORY in effect until 9 a.m. so be advised, there may be some dense fog. The Sun returns today with some high cloudiness for possible sunset enhancement. High this afternoon near 68ish.

Partly cloudy tonight as another system approacheth. Low near 50.

Mostly cloudy tomorrow with a chance for showers and a high in the upper 60s.

Breezy (windy?) Monday with south winds 15-25 mph by afternoon gusting over 30. Chance for showers too with a high in the mid 60s. Slight chance for lingering showers Tuesday with a high near 60, or cooler. We could be down near freezing Wednesday morning. Stay tuned!

Mostly sunny Wednesday mid 60s. Upper 60s Thursday and Friday.

Forecast for Friday, February 16, 2018

It’s FRIIIDAAAY!

Wow, wow, wow, just wow! 1.01″ of rain yesterday at the airport is a new record for February 15th. All of a sudden we are .06″ above average rainfall for the year at 1.47″ 1.45″ of that came in the last two days! I grew up in Oregon (I may have mentioned that). A full day of light to moderate rain and drizzle plus this morning’s fog is making me homesick! I’ve lived here 12 1/2 years and I love it. It’s just nice when Oregon comes to visit me. It doesn’t happen that often.

The hits keep coming. Another disturbance is headed for southern Arizona from the south and that should give us a chance for scattered showers today. The best chance will be to our east but we should get in on some of the action. Nice and cool with a high near 66ish.

Slight chance for showers before midnight tonight and patchy fog tonight into tomorrow morning with a low in the upper 40s.

Patchy fog tomorrow morning then mostly sunny with some high clouds for possible sunset enhancement and a high in the low 70s.

Another system headed our way for a slight chance for showers Sunday near 70. Slight chance for showers Monday upper 60s.

Sunshine returns Tuesday mid 60s. Upper 60s Wednesday. Near 70 Thursday.

The National Weather service is watching another storm possibly bringing us more rain next weekend. We’ll keep you posted as always as we go. Stay tuned!