PHOENIX — Enjoy those spring-like temperatures this weekend! Cold air from the Arctic will be crashing down starting Monday and stick around through early next week.
Temperatures in parts of the Valley may actually drop BELOW FREEZING early Tuesday morning.
Not only that, but there's even a chance for a few snowflakes in parts of Maricopa County late Monday night into early Tuesday!
Yes that forecast for Monday night is correct!...very cold air from Alaska could produce a few flurries over the higher terrain of Phoenix metro Mon night. Freezing temps also likely at many outlying locations as well Tue-Thu mornings. #azwx pic.twitter.com/4jskJfj3Ef— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) January 31, 2020
Don't bust out the sleds, though!
Accumulating snow will favor the Pinal and Superstition Mountains, while areas like Apache Junction may get a just a flurry or two.
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