Quick storm summary from overnight – Valley rain gages picked up a tenth to a quarter, gages in north Phoenix and Scottsdale were in the half to three-quarter inch range, and far north and northeast portions of the County saw one to two inches. Minor runoff was reported by the stream gages on the Hassayampa River, Agua Fria River, New River, Cave Creek and the Verde River. These flows will be making their way along defined conveyances for a good portion of today.
On this Friday we’re off to a foggy start in many areas as air and dewpoint temperatures are analogous. Later this afternoon under partly to mostly sunny skies we’ll warm to below-normal temperatures of 63 across the northern zones and 67 for greater Phoenix. Low 40s for most areas of the County will be the overnight low with the city-center near 47. Tomorrow highs will drop a bit to the middle 50s for the northern zones and 60 or so for the Valley and Gila Bend, with some afternoon breeziness. Sunday temperatures drop again ranging from the low to mid-50s with a good chances for rain across the northern zones, mediocre chances for the Valley and only the slightest of chances for Gila Bend.