canada africa partner reservation Getting closer to triple digits for Mother’s Day

Getting closer to triple digits for Mother’s Day

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PHOENIX — It’s heating up in the Valley as we kick off Mother’s Day weekend.

Temperatures will reach the mid-90s on Saturday and highs on Sunday.

The wind will also increase during the weekend.

Peak wind gusts could reach 25 to 25 miles per hour Saturday and Sunday in the Valley and across the state.

There is a weak storm system that will linger over Arizona through the weekend, but impacts will be minimal.

Over the weekend we could see some spotty showers and thunderstorms along the Mogollon Rim or in northern Arizona, but our Valley forecast remains dry.

High pressure will build from the west next week, bringing Phoenix back into the triple digits starting Monday.

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Precipitation totals in 2024:

Official rainfall in Sky Harbor: 3.79 inches (+0.97 inches from average)

Valley average (Phoenix rainfall index): 3.81″

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Precipitation totals in 2023:

Official rainfall in Sky Harbor: 4.21 inches (-3.01 inches from average)

Valley average (Phoenix precipitation index): 5.47″

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Daily precipitation reports from across the valley can be found here.
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PHOENIX IS BECOMING DRIER – LOWER RAINFALL AVERAGES NOW

Average monsoon rainfall in Phoenix (1981-2010): 2.71 inches of rain

NEW Average monsoon rainfall in Phoenix (1991-2020): 2.43 inches of rain

Average annual rainfall in Phoenix (1981-2010): 8:03″ of rain

NEW Average annual rainfall in Phoenix (1991-2020): 9 inches of rain
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