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Date & Time: 09/30/2022 @ 11:15 AM MST

Forecaster: Waters, S.
 
Synopsis:

Today: Last day of September, last day of Monsoon 2022, and last day of Water-Year 2022. Very little remnant moisture remains in the atmosphere, enough for a slight chance for showers in the counties to our east and south. Otherwise is will be mostly sunny with gentle breezes and highs around 93 across the northern zones and 98 or so for Phoenix and Gila Bend.

Tonight: Mostly clear with light breezes. Early morning lows will be in the upper 60s for places like Aguila, Cave Creek and Sunflower to 74 degrees for Gila Bend and 76 for the central urban areas.

Tomorrow: Mid-level winds will become more southeasterly and try to push some more moisture our way, but it’s looking like rain for our county will hold off until late Sunday and/or Monday. Temperatures under mostly sunny skies will drop a degree or two.

Sunday: A very slight chance of showers for the furthest eastern and northern portions of the County. Highs will remain pleasant with northern zones in the low 90s and 96-98 for the central, western and southwestern zones.

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