Last day of November. Wow! What a long strange trip it’s been. Most likely the hottest on record, but let’s not dwell on the past. A new month is coming and that means new beginnings! Our considerable high cloudiness will remain considerable today and tomorrow and with a weak system tracking through Sonora, Mexico we may squeeze out a few sprinkles today and tonight! Pretty exciting, I know. Temperatures remaining in the upper 70s to near 80 through Sunday. Sunny on Monday with a high in the mid 70s. Then a storm missing just to the north MAY give us a chance for rain and WILL bring more cooling. Upper 60s Tuesday and Wednesday. Enjoy!
77 yesterday a full 15 degrees lower than Monday and STILL 8 degrees above the average of 69 for this time of year. No worries. Looks like I will make it through the entire month of November without using the AC or the heat. Sorry TEP. Maybe next month. An upper low is forming off the California coast and is responsible for the considerable high cloudiness streaming across southern Arizona last night through tomorrow. Temperatures remain about the same (upper 70s to near 80) until the low makes its move this weekend until next week. Then we’ll see cooler temperatures and a slight chance for showers. The showers are in and out of the official forecast while the computer models get their act together. We’ll just have to stay tuned!
Partly sunny today with a high near 80.
Mostly cloudy tonight with a low in the low 50s.
Mostly cloudy Thursday upper 70s. Mostly sunny Friday near 80ish. Sunny Saturday near 80. Mostly sunny Sunday upper 70s. Partly sunny Monday low 70s. Upper 60s Tuesday.
Whew! Glad that’s over! Change is here and change is good. Storm track to our north will continue to move farther south as we go through the week bring a mixture of clouds and sun for possible sunrise and sunset enhancement. Cooler temperatures too. Finally! A slight chance of rain this weekend into next week with temperatures finally near average by Monday. We’ll know more as we get closer. Stay tuned!
Increasing clouds today with a high near 80.
Partly cloudy tonight with a low in the low 50s.
Mostly sunny tomorrow with a high near 80ish. Partly sunny Thursday near 80. Sunny Friday near 80. Mostly sunny Saturday low 80s. Slight chance for showers Sunday mid 70s. Mostly sunny Monday upper 60s!
Our hottest Thanksgiving weekend on record has come to a close, but what a finish! 92 yesterday obliterated the old record of 86 set in 1950 and hit again in 1998. It was also the latest day in a calendar year to hit 90 degrees or higher. A record we will likely eclipse today! Even persistent weather patterns change eventually and we have big changes coming. Storms moving into the Great Basin will push our high outta here and we’ll start to cool down. Highs of 80 the next few days is still 10-12 degrees above average, but obviously cooler than low 90s. Then an actual storm heads our way be the end of next weekend for a chance for rain Saturday night into Sunday and highs near 70! It’s a ways off, so we’ll keep an eye on the details as we get closer. Stay tuned!
Sunny today with a record high in the low 90s.
Partly cloudy tonight with a low in the upper 40s to near 50.
Mostly sunny tomorrow with a high near 80ish. Near 80 Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Mostly sunny Saturday upper 70s. Near 70 Sunday with a chance for rain showers.
Another record high yesterday with our second 88 degree day in a row. 91 predicted today which will easily best today’s record of 86. The biggest problem I have is the prediction of 91. Just NO! Hashtag #Never90InNovember. Ugh. We’ll see. If we do hit 90+ it will be the latest 90 degree day in Tucson history. Hard to believe our average high for this time of year is 69! Another record tomorrow before we tap the breaks. Storms missing us to the north will cool us off quite a bit, but even 79 is 10 degrees above average! Wow!
Sunny today with a record high near 91ish.
Clear tonight with a low in the low 50s.
Mostly sunny tomorrow near 89. 79 Tuesday and Wednesday. Upper 70s Thursday, Friday and Saturday as well.
Wow! It’s all coming true. The record Thanksgiving weekend is trucking right along. Our pal high pressure is parked over our heads and there’s not much we can do except marvel at its dominance and enjoy the warmth. Yesterday’s high of 88 was a new record. Today’s record is 86 set 122 years ago. If it falls as expected it will be the oldest record to be broken since records have been kept for 123 years. Tomorrow’s expected high of 92 will easily be the latest occurrence of 90 in our history only to be out done by Monday if our forecasted high of 90 comes true. All records of course. If you prefer actual Fall like temperatures in the Fall, hope is on the horizon. A series of storms missing us to the north will drop our high temperatures into the 70s and lows in the mid to low 40s starting Tuesday and lasting through the rest of the week. MAYBE a chance of rain as we start December. Of course we’ll keep you posted. Stay tuned!