Weather forecasters are expecting low temperatures and rain for Tucson and the rest of southern Arizona at the start of the week.
The National Weather Service said a cold front will swing through the region on Tuesday. Jan. 9. While residents will enjoy temperatures in the 70s during the day, it will get much colder as the sun sets.
The cold front will likely bring scattered showers, and snow is possible in the mountains. The forecast shows a chance of early morning showers Wednesday.
The forecast shows low temps of 40 and 41 degrees for Wednesday and Thursday, with highs in the upper fifties and low sixties.
The rest of the week will be clear with sunny skies.
For more information on the weather forecast, please visit the National Weather Service website.