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White stuff not in Tucson’s forecast, but rain might be

A winter storm from the Pacific Northwest may not hit Tucson as hard as originally forecast.

The storm watch will continue for east central and southeastern Arizona, but the bulk of the storm will be felt across northern Mexico, said John Glueck, meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Tucson.

Two to 4 inches of snow are still expected on Mount Lemmon, but tonight’s low in Tucson may stay in the upper 40s to the lower 50s, Glueck said.

In town, a half-inch of rain is expected, he said.

Tomorrow’s high will be in the 50s, with temperatures warming up briefly Sunday as another storm moves into town Monday, he said.

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