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My Glendale Arizona Weather Station Synopsis...

A low pressure system over northwest Mexico will continue to slowly move north through the Desert southwest into Thursday, resulting in variable cloudiness, cooler temperatures, and a threat of showers and thunderstorms. Dry and stable weather will return Friday through early next week with seasonably warm temperatures.

Tonight through Thursday night...

Broad cyclonic circulation over the region continues as remnants of the former large Baja CA low pressure system moves through the area. At the moment convergent upper level winds have suppressed activity a bit over an increasingly moist flow from Mexico. A slight chance of diurnal showers and perhaps a thunderstorms is still possible through this evening, mainly over southern Gila County.

Otherwise the next potent shortwave trof, currently seen in water vapor satellite imagery 500 miles southwest of San Diego, is still forecast to move into parts of southeast CA, and southwest and south central AZ early Thursday morning through early afternoon. Best dynamics again appear to be over southwest AZ and Colorado River Valley where precip probabilities are the highest Thursday morning. A lingering threat of showers will continue over our forecast area Thursday afternoon and early evening as this system quickly moves into northwest AZ.


Appreciable low level moisture and high humidity will linger over southwest and south central AZ Friday, however a more stable westerly flow pattern is expected. Any shower threats will be relegated to the mountains of southern Gila County Friday afternoon and evening. Partly cloudy elsewhere.

Saturday through Wednesday... Low level moisture will finally start to decrease from the west this weekend under west and southwesterly flow aloft at all levels. A much drier airmass will arrive Monday through Wednesday. Therefore mostly clear skies and seasonably warm temperatures are expected.


 Winter Solstice begins Wednesday, December 21st at 5:44am   EDT  

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