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Friday Forecast: Breezy, cool change unfolding

TUCSON – The Sonoran Wind Machine is set to crank up.

A pair of moisture-starved storm systems advance toward Arizona. The first system increases easterly winds up to 25 MPH, starting late this morning & continuing through lunchtime Saturday.

Highs to wrap the week reach the mid to upper 70s, which is typical for this time of year.

Sunday features a break from the breezes, before a second storm system grazes eastern Arizona. Gusty winds are on tap beginning Monday and continuing through Wednesday.

This cold front not only cranks up the winds, but drops temperatures next week. Highs Monday and Tuesday struggle to reach the upper 60s, while overnight lows bottom out in the upper 30s to low 40s for Metro Tucson.

Portions of Santa Cruz and Cochise County likely wake up to freezing temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday.

Visit KVOA.com/weather for a complete look at your 4WARN extended forecast.

Jeff Beamish

Jeff Beamish

Jeff Beamish is an award-winning meteorologist at KVOA. You can watch his weekday weather forecasts on Tucson Today & News 4 Tucson at Noon. He has also contributed his weather expertise to The Weather Channel, Washington Post, New York Times, AM 1030 KVOI and the Arizona Daily Star.
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