Much of this week temperatures will be near 100°, but I don't think we will hit our first 100° day. A large storm moving into the Pacific Northwest will bring gusty southwest wind into the area by the middle of the week. Even though this wind will only have gusts to 25 MPH, it will be strong enough to keep our temperatures in check. Expect mostly sunny skies all week long. - First Alert Meteorologist Aaron Pickering
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In the Exclusive First Look Video saguaros are featured, as well as the flocks of sandhill cranes that gather each winter in Southeast Arizona.
"Lunar meteor showers" have turned out to be more common than anyone expected, with hundreds of detectable impacts occurring every year.
A cut off low that has been giving southeastern Arizona some clouds, rain and cooler weather the past week pushed off into Texas and tapped into deep moisture from the Gulf of Mexico.