A cold front and weak upper low will move across the northern part of the state today and tomorrow, bringing breezes, partly cloudy skies and cooler night-time temperatures. Unfortunately, precipitation is unlikely in the Prescott area.
Another disturbance moving through the Great Basin will bring some breezes around Friday, but daytime temperatures will climb well above normal by about midweek and remain in the upper 60s as a ridge of high pressure dominates the weather pattern for yet another week. As a result, no precipitation is expected for another week in Prescott.
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