The remnants of hurricane Odile looks to spread a few clouds in our direction today…otherwise sunny skies and dry.  Warm highs around 90 — the record high today is 95 set in 2000.
The Mountains can expect sunny to partly cloudy skies with an isolated afternoon t-storm.  The chance of clouds and afternoon storms is higher in the Southern Mountains closer to the remnants of Odile.  Highs in the 70s.
Thursday looks like another near-record high of 90 with sunny skies.
A cold front sweeps through late on Friday dropping highs by 5-10 degrees.
Saturday looks dry and sunny.
A push of Monsoon Moisture & remnant moisture from Odile moves in late Sunday continuing into Monday.  This will give us a good chance of rain/storms/high mountain snow.  Cooler highs Sunday-Tuesday in the 70s.


***Also…Fall officially arrives with the Autumnal Equinox on Monday, September 22nd at 8:29 p.m.   Sunrise on Monday occurs at 6:48 a.m. and sunset at 6:57 p.m., giving us 12 hours and 9 minutes of daylight.  “Equinox” means equal day and night but we get a few extra minutes due to the bending of light and because we measure sunrise from the first tip of the sun over the horizon in the morning and the sunset from the last tip of the sun visible at sunset, not the exact center.