PHOENIX – – It’s a First Alert Day in the Valley for hazardous intensity. An Excessive Heat Warning is active today and tomorrow for the Valley, and through Thursday in Southwestern Arizona. Search for clear skies, light breezes, and a midday high of 111 degrees in the Valley today. The typical or normal high this season in Phoenix is 104 degrees, and our day to day record is 113 for now.
A solid edge of high strain arranged to our northwest will keep temperatures hot and conditions for the most part dry through the remainder of this current week. Temperatures will descend a couple of degrees tomorrow with a Valley high of 108 anticipated. Temperatures stay sweltering through the occasion end of the week ahead with evening highs going from 106 to 109 degrees.
Storm chances stay thin the remainder of this current week in the Valley and across the state. There seems to be a slight expansion in storm chances by Friday and into the end of the week in the high country. In the Valley, there’s an extremely slight possibility of a couple of disengaged storms Friday night and Saturday morning. We’ll keep you refreshed, however as of now, we’re for the most part in a break from the rainstorm design through in some measure right on time one week from now.