PHOENIX - Showers and thunderstorms will continue popping up across the higher terrain this weekend.
There is even a slight chance of isolated storms here in the Valley, too.
Any of the storms that pop have the potential to bring heavy rain which could lead to flash flooding. Storms in the higher terrain could get severe with the potential of damaging winds and hail.
Things will stay humid with Valley highs in the upper 90s Saturday and Sunday.
By next week, conditions will start to dry out and temperatures will heat up.
Phoenix will hit 100 again for the first day of fall on Tuesday. (The exact time of the fall equinox is 7:29 p.m. local time Monday night.)
Things look nice and quiet for much of next week as Valley temperatures hover around the century mark.
However, our next low pressure system will be approaching late Thursday and Friday bringing rain chances back to the forecast by the end of next week.
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2014 Sky Harbor Official Rainfall: 5.67" (-0.04" from average)
2014 Valley Average (Phoenix Rainfall Index): 5.75" (+1.57" from average)
Daily rainfall reports from all across the Valley can be found here .