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Another stormy arrival

Pacific system expected to bring light rain by Wednesday.

Courtesy: Bob Fair

An upper level disturbance off the West Coast is on track to move through the Southwest U.S. and bring a light amount of rainfall in our area by Wednesday.

Precipitation amounts will likely be much lighter than previous storm systems that have hit the Desert Southwest the past couple of weeks.

Rain amounts won't likely be much more than .10" for the entire storm event.

Our weather conditions should start to dry up again by Thursday with minimal temperature changes.

Beyond Wednesday's wet weather, our daytime high temperatures for the next week should range between the high 60's and low 70's.

Local Forecast

Rob Fram

Rob Fram rejoined the KYMA News Team in February 2010.


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