PHOENIX, AZ – In case you haven’t noticed, it’s been a long, dry summer in Phoenix. And with weather continuing in the 80s on Saturday, you might start to give up hope.
The National Weather Service says don’t despair.
On Sunday, the temperature is expected to only reach the mid-70s and stay that way for the next few days.
There’s even a chance of rain on Thursday.
The streak of dry weather has left people feeling it’s been the driest winter on record.
The National Weather Service says we’re barely in the top 10 of driest summers and rain on Thursday could drop us lower.
In the meantime, here’s a look at what’s ahead:
Today, mostly cloudy starting tonight, continuing until tomorrow morning.
Saturday February 10
Partly cloudy starting in the evening. High 80, low 50.
Chance of precipitation: 12%. Wind 2 mph from the S
Sunday February 11
Partly cloudy in the morning. High 75, low 53.
Chance of precipitation: 8%. Wind 6 mph from the NE
Monday February 12
Partly cloudy until afternoon. High 73, low 49.
Chance of precipitation: 8%. Wind 5 mph from the S
Tuesday February 13
Mostly cloudy until evening. High 77, low 52.
Chance of precipitation: 6%. Wind 4 mph from the SSE
Data provided by darksky.net.
Graphic via National Weather Service Phoenix
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