Not too bad for the start of July! FOX 10's Cory McCloskey has what we can expect weather-wise for July 4.
A sunny and breezy day for the Valley with highs in the mid 100s.
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Mostly sunny skies with a high near 106° for the Valley.
We can expect temperatures to reach the 110s next week.
Another round of monsoon weather could affect the Phoenix area, as officials with the National Weather Service issue a Dust Advisory for parts of Maricopa and Pinal Counties.
We can expect to see temperatures in the 110s in the days ahead.
Things could cool down (so to speak) in the days ahead, but temperatures in the 110s are just around the corner.
Mostly sunny Friday in the Valley with a high near 105°F.
The Northeast is bracing for severe thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and evening.
Tropical Storm Bonnie has formed in the southwestern Caribbean Sea as it heads for a Friday night landfall in Central America.
A sunny day with highs in the mid 100s for the Valley.
Temperatures in the 110s? It could happen next week.
We can expect to see some very hot days up ahead.
The photo, which was tweeted out by Dana Solano, shows a cactus toppled onto a car after a storm in the Lake Havasu City area. The tweet included the caption 'why I was late to work lol.'
Nearly 7.8 million homes with more than $2.3 trillion in combined reconstruction cost value are at risk of hurricane-related damages during this Atlantic season, CoreLogic's 2022 Hurricane Report says.
We'll see a low chance for storms in the Valley later tonight.
19 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots died while battling the Yarnell Hill Fire on June 30, 2013. The crew died as they were overrun by flames in a box canyon.