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Metro Phoenix will see mild, dry weather this Thanksgiving week

The Valley will have milder weather this Thanksgiving week.

Alex Young with the National Weather Service in Phoenix says high temperatures will reach the mid-to-upper 70s with overnights dropping to the low-to-mid 50s. During the weekend, Young said Phoenix temperatures will dip to the 70s.

Flagstaff will see freezing temperatures, with highs ranging from the high 50s to low 60s and lows in the high 20s and low 30s.

The week will be dry with almost no rain expected throughout the state.

National Weather Service forecast

Monday: High of 74 degrees Fahrenheit, low of 54 degrees Fahrenheit

Tuesday: High of 77 degrees Fahrenheit, low of 50 degrees Fahrenheit

Wednesday: High of 73 degrees Fahrenheit, low of 49 degrees Fahrenheit

Thursday (Thanksgiving day): High of 72 degrees Fahrenheit, low of 50 degrees Fahrenheit

Friday: High of 71 degrees Fahrenheit, low of 49 degrees Fahrenheit

Saturday: High of 70 degrees Fahrenheit, low of 49 degrees Fahrenheit

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Naomi DuBovis is an intern at KJZZ. She is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School. She has worked as a producer and anchor at Blaze Radio ASU and a podcast reporter at the State Press. She has also written for Downtown Devil. She is from Phoenix, and her favorite pastimes include reading, singing and playing piano.