A wind advisory was issued Saturday night for southeastern Arizona, beginning at noon Sunday.
Tucson was not included in the National Weather Service advisory, but it will see cooler temperatures and windy conditions, First Alert Meteorologist Cuyler Diggs said.
Highs across Southern Arizona will be in the 50s Sunday.
"We could see wind gusts up to 50 mph east of Tucson," Diggs said. "It's due to another shot of cold air, creating wind."
Meanwhile, Mount Lemmon, which has 20 inches of snow, will be windy Sunday, Diggs said.
The White Mountains could see an inch or two of snow, he said.
Diggs said parts of Tucson will see a light freeze Monday morning.
Tucson's high Saturday was 64.
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