Today: showers and storms continue. A front will move through the County between Noon and 6pm which will bring localized winds to or exceeding 30 mph, general rain of a tenth of an inch per hour and scattered thunderstorms with the possibility of small hail. Snow level is currently around 5,000 feet and will drop to 2,500 feet or so by evening. Afternoon highs will struggle to reach the upper-40s across the north and low to middle 50s for Phoenix and Gila Bend. Chances for rain storms and snow continue overnight with low temps ranging from near freezing across the northern zones to 40 for the urban core.
Tomorrow: chances for rain/snow continue with highs ranging from the mid-40s to mid-50s. Overnight lows due to the cold air behind the front will mean slightly below freezing temperatures for Aguila, Wickenburg, New River, Cave Creek/Carefree and Sunflower. Lows will be in the mid to upper 30s for greater Phoenix and Gila Bend.
Wednesday: storm system moves out leaving us clear and warming, with afternoon temps from the low 50s north to near 60 in the central City.