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Published on April 24, 2024
Blazing Sunshine Ahead for Phoenix with Near Record Highs PredictedSource: Unsplash/Chris Tingom

Phoenix residents can anticipate a string of sunny days ahead, with temperatures climbing to near record highs, according to forecasts. The National Weather Service reports that today's weather in Phoenix will be sunny, hitting a high near 92 degrees, with winds that could gust as high as 20 mph. Meanwhile, a clear night awaits with a low around 62.

Looking forward, the weather appears to maintain its hot streak. In a statement obtained by the National Weather Service, high temperatures on Thursday are expected to reach around 82 degrees, while moving through the week, a subsequent increase is predicted with Tuesday peaking at a sweltering high near 97 degrees. Even as the wind becomes southsoutheast tonight, Phoenix residents can look forward to mostly clear skies with a low of around 62 degrees.

FOX 10 Phoenix's weather update indicates an equally balmy forecast. As of 5:29 AM MST, current conditions showed a comfortable 68 degrees with highs expected to soar up to 93 degrees. Their seven-day forecast reveals a slight dip in temperatures for the remainder of the week with the highs hovering around 83 degrees through Saturday, before ramping back up to a high near 99 degrees by next Wednesday.

For those looking forward to outdoor activities, the upcoming conditions are ideal; the weather through this Sunday is set to remain sunny with highs increasing from 80 on Saturday to 87 degrees. According to FOX 10 Phoenix, nighttime temperatures will sustain a steady pattern with lows in the 60s, ensuring pleasant evenings following the heat of the day. As we approach the end of the week, the wind might pick up, creating areas of blowing dust after 5pm on Friday as reported by the National Weather Service.

For a more detailed hourly forecast and a closer look at what to expect in Phoenix over the next week, residents can visit FOX 10 Phoenix's weather page for real-time updates and more information.