Hot, dry weather expected in Phoenix over Labor Day weekend
PHOENIX — It’ll be another hot, dry holiday weekend in Phoenix.
Those in the Valley for Labor Day weekend can expect the high to reach 101 degrees on Friday before a slight bump to 102 degrees on Saturday and 103 on Sunday and the holiday Monday.
There’s no rain in the forecast, a return to drier weather after another half an inch of rain dropped in Phoenix earlier this week.
Quite a bit less storm activity around the region over the next several days. Temperatures increase (most noticeably today) but temperatures remain below excessive heat levels. In fact, the highs barely reach average. #azwx pic.twitter.com/5q1bD7glZ5
— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) September 3, 2021
Lows are supposed to dip to 82 degrees the remaining days of the holiday weekend.
Anyone traveling up north will be rewarded with warm and mild weather.
Sedona will be slightly warmer with the high on Labor Day forecast to hit 95 degrees.
All three cities don’t have rain in the forecast.
The Arizona Department of Transportation reminds that drivers heading up north should be prepared for heavier traffic, especially during peak travel times on Friday and Monday.