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Winona, AZ 14 Day Weather

Lat: 35.20N, Lon: 111.41W
Wx Zone: AZZ015 
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Overcast
Overcast
31°F
Updated: 04/23 4:10 am
Feels Like:
26°F
Humidity: 96%
Wind:
Calm
Barometer:
29.94 in
Visibility:
10 mi
Overcast
Overcast
-1°C
Updated: 04/23 4:10 am
Feels Like:
-3°C
Humidity: 96%
Wind:
Calm
Barometer:
1014 mb
Visibility:
16 km

Sun/Moon Info.

Cloud Cover: 100%
UV Index: 8
Sunrise: 05:44 AM
Sunset: 07:06 PM
Moonrise: 03:22 PM
Moonset: 03:56 AM
Civil Twilight
6:15 AM to 6:42 AM MDT
8:04 PM to 8:30 PM MDT
Waxing Gibbous Moon
Waxing Gibbous Moon
Update is local observation time. What time is it in Winona? 4:10 AM Friday, April 23, 2021

Winona, AZ Weather Forecast

Winona 14 Day Weather Outlook

Note: Our 7 day Winona weather forecast is our most reliable forecast. This model should only be used as a probable scenario. Forecasting more than 7 days ahead is challenging.
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Fri
Apr 23

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible
High 61°F16°C, Low 35°F1°C
POP 69%, Wind: WSW 15 mphWSW 23 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.85 in1011 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 46%
Sat
Apr 24

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy
High 63°F17°C, Low 38°F3°C
POP 0%, Wind: SW 20 mphSW 32 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.91 in1013 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 35%
Sun
Apr 25

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy
High 62°F16°C, Low 41°F5°C
POP 0%, Wind: SW 31 mphSW 49 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.74 in1007 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 31%
Mon
Apr 26

Moderate rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Moderate rain
High 38°F3°C, Low 34°F1°C
POP 79%, Wind: SW 22 mphSW 36 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.74 in1007 mb
Visibility 2 mi4 km, Humidity 75%
Tue
Apr 27

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible
High 48°F9°C, Low 31°F-1°C
POP 85%, Wind: WNW 12 mphWNW 19 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.91 in1013 mb
Visibility 4 mi7 km, Humidity 68%
Wed
Apr 28

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy
High 59°F15°C, Low 29°F-2°C
POP 0%, Wind: ENE 9 mphENE 15 km/h
Barometric Pressure 30.15 in1021 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 35%
Thu
Apr 29

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy
High 72°F22°C, Low 42°F6°C
POP 0%, Wind: SE 6 mphSE 10 km/h
Barometric Pressure 30.12 in1020 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 19%
Fri
Apr 30

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny
High 74°F23°C, Low 50°F10°C
POP 0%, Wind: W 11 mphW 17 km/h
Barometric Pressure 30.03 in1017 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 19%
Sat
May 1

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy
High 69°F21°C, Low 48°F9°C
POP 0%, Wind: WSW 17 mphWSW 28 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.85 in1011 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 19%
Sun
May 2

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy
High 66°F19°C, Low 44°F7°C
POP 0%, Wind: WSW 16 mphWSW 25 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.65 in1004 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 24%
Mon
May 3

Moderate rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Moderate rain
High 52°F11°C, Low 30°F-1°C
POP 84%, Wind: SW 7 mphSW 12 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.65 in1004 mb
Visibility 6 mi9 km, Humidity 52%
Tue
May 4

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible
High 44°F7°C, Low 28°F-3°C
POP 87%, Wind: NNE 14 mphNNE 22 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.88 in1012 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 84%
Wed
May 5

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy
High 60°F16°C, Low 39°F4°C
POP 0%, Wind: SE 10 mphSE 15 km/h
Barometric Pressure 30.03 in1017 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 58%
Thu
May 6

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy
High 66°F19°C, Low 45°F7°C
POP 0%, Wind: SW 20 mphSW 32 km/h
Barometric Pressure 29.97 in1015 mb
Visibility 6 mi10 km, Humidity 45%
Short Range Forecast Discussion NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD 409 AM EDT Fri Apr 23 2021 Valid Fri Apr 23 2021 - Sun Apr 25 2021 ...There is an Enhanced risk of Severe Thunderstorms over the Lower Mississippi Valley/Southern Plains on Friday... ...There is a Slight Risk of Excessive Rainfall over parts of the Southern Plains and the Lower Mississippi/Tennessee Valleys on Friday... ...Critical fire weather conditions are expected to continue from the Southwest into the Southern High Plains on Friday... Low pressure over the Southern Plains will move eastward to off the Mid-Atlantic Coast by Sunday. The system will produce severe thunderstorms and heavy rain from the Southern Plains to the Southeast/southern Mid-Atlantic. The SPC has issued an enhanced risk of severe thunderstorms over parts of the Lower Mississippi Valley/Southern Plains on Friday into Saturday morning. The main hazards with these storms will be frequent lightning, severe thunderstorm wind gusts, hail, and a few tornadoes. There is an added risk of a 10% or greater probability of two-inch or larger hail over parts of central Texas and Oklahoma. Additionally, the WPC has issued a slight risk of excessive rainfall over parts of the Southern Plains and the Lower Mississippi/Tennessee Valleys on Friday into Saturday. The thunderstorms will produce heavy rain with scattered flash flood areas possible. The most vulnerable places will be urban areas, roads, and small streams. A second front over the Upper Midwest will move eastward to the Lower Great Lakes by Sunday. The system will produce rain over parts of the Upper Mississippi Valley/Upper Great Lakes into parts of the Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic, and the Northeast through Sunday. The storm will also produce light snow over parts of the Upper Mississippi Valley and the Upper Great Lakes from Friday evening into Sunday morning. Meanwhile, upper-level energy and troughing will produce light snow over parts of the Northern Rockies/Northern High Plains into the Central Rockies on Friday that will end by Friday evening. Furthermore, additional upper-level energy will move onshore over the Pacific Northwest on Friday evening into Saturday. The developing front will move from the Northwest to the Northern High Plains/Northern Rockies to the Great Basin and Southern California by Sunday. The system will produce rain and higher elevation light snow over parts of the Northwest/Northern California to the Northern Rockies/Great Basin starting overnight Friday into Sunday. The Southwest, Southern Rockies, and Southern High Plains will be dry. Gusty winds and low relative humidity have prompted the SPC to issue an elevated/critical risk of fire weather from northern Arizona/southeast Utah to the Southern High Plains, including much of New Mexico and western Texas, on Friday. Ziegenfelder Graphics available at:
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