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PHOENIX - Freeze Warnings expired at 10 a.m. this morning for the lower elevations of central and southern Arizona, including the Phoenix metro area, but the frigid air will be around for several days.
Today's high in the Valley will only peak at 55 degrees. Plan for overnight lows in the upper 30s tonight, several degrees warmer than in this morning.
A Winter Weather Advisory will go in to effect at 2pm Saturday through 5am Sunday for the Kaibab Plateau and Grand Canyon Country, including the cities of Supai, Grand Canyon Village and Fredonia. General snow accumulations should range from two to seven inches with the largest amounts falling on the west side of the Kaibab Plateau.
Daytime highs will be in the mid 50s across the Valley through Sunday, putting us more than 10 degrees below normal.
If you are heading to the PAC-12 Championship game on Saturday as ASU takes on Stanford, bundle up and take your rain ponchos and umbrellas. Temperatures will be in the low 50s at kickoff, dropping to the mid 40s by the end of the game.
Rain chances have increased to 50 percent on Saturday as the next storm system moves in, so prepare to get wet. The key timeframe for rain will be Saturday night through early Sunday morning across the Valley.
That storm will also bring a few more inches of snow to the high country on Saturday and keep our cold weather around into early next week.
Valley highs in the 60s won't be back until the middle of next week.
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2013 Sky Harbor Official Rainfall: 8.03" (+0.74" from average)
2013 Valley Average (Phoenix Rainfall Index): 6.30" (+0.99 from average)
Daily rainfall reports from all across the Valley can be found here .
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