Clouds are streaming in as a weak weather disturbance clips through the Four Corners.
There is a chance for a few sprinkles near the Utah border and in northeastern Arizona, but the rest of us will stay dry.
High pressure is also building in to our southwest, keeping temperatures on the rise.
Valley highs will hit the mid to upper 70s today and low 80s on Wednesday.
By Thursday, another weak storm system will approach bringing slight chances for showers to northern Arizona, as well as the mountains just north and east of the Valley. This won't be a major hit for our state, but we could see some more rain late Thursday and Friday or perhaps even some light snow in the higher terrain by Friday night.
Here in the Valley, we'll stay dry with more cloud coverage to finish the week.
Sunshine returns next weekend with highs in the low 80s.