Old Man Winter is making his grand debut. Freezing temps are expected to affect every state by early Wednesday.
Temperatures will run a roller coaster over the next several days as mild air builds up through Tuesday before a Pacific storm system drops the temperatures late this week.
Partly cloudy skies today in the Valley with a high in the mid-70s.
Rain chances are beginning to increase as the week continues!
The Thanksgiving holiday has come and gone but the winter storm that came with it is still lingering in parts of the U.S. and it's having a big impact on post-holiday travel. Fox Weather correspondent Nicole Valdes has more from Nashville.
Get ready for another cooldown this week!
A cloudy and cool day in the Valley with a high near 75°F.
A cloudy day in the Valley with a high in the mid-70s.
We're going to see a warm up this week!
It was a very chilly morning!
By Sunday afternoon, expect temperatures to rebound into the low 70s in Phoenix. It will be mostly sunny, too.
If you’re hitting the road or catching a flight this weekend, you’re not alone. AAA expected the third-busiest Thanksgiving holiday since recordkeeping started in 2000.
A mostly sunny and cool weekend is on tap for the Valley.
Parts of Arizona could see some snow in the days ahead!
We're expecting days of temperatures in the low 70s.
As Americans return home after the holiday, a storm system traveling through the Rockies and Plains will have enough cold air to work with that snow will be widespread.
A cloudy and cool Thanksgiving Day in the Valley with a high in the low-70s.
We can expect pleasant conditions for Thanksgiving, but some changes may be on the way.
Thankfully, much of the rest of the nation is getting a travel pass this Wednesday, but more ornery weather returns in the latter half of the holiday break for some heading home.
We can expect cooler weather for the long Thanksgiving weekend.