PHOENIX - An area of low pressure south of the Valley kicked up numerous storms across eastern and northern Arizona today. Winds from those storms rolled through the Valley helping to develop a line of showers/storms earlier this evening.
That line began around 6 p.m. across the north Valley and pushed to the southwest. Almost all Valley locations picked up a little rainfall, with some areas picking up to 0.35". Sky Harbor reported 0.08" of rain in about 30 minutes.
Rain chances will be out of the forecast tonight with overnight lows reaching the 60s and 70s in the Valley. Skies will stay partly cloudy.
Another disturbance will move in from the Pacific Northwest on Tuesday, again bringing a shot of rain north and east of Phoenix.
Late in the week high pressure begins to build back in and that means we'll be expecting mostly sunny skies statewide with slightly warmer afternoon highs. Mid-90s returning by Friday.
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2014 Sky Harbor Official Rainfall: 7.38" (+1.10" from average)
2014 Valley Average (Phoenix Rainfall Index): 6.95" (+2.28" from average)
Daily rainfall reports from all across the Valley can be found here .