Wednesday is going to be a warm one around southern Arizona. Some of the typically warmer places will see triple digits in the afternoon, but Tucson it self should top out at 98 degrees. We are still waiting our first one hundred degree day and is it looking like we are going to have to wait at least another week for it. Temperatures slide a little by the weekend as a trough stays just to our north, not allowing our temperatures to rise into the triple digits. Enjoy the Sun and relatively mild weather for May! - First Alert Meteorologist Dan Bronis
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