Central Arizona is expected to receive rainfall this week as another system from California passes through the state.
The rainfall is expected to be widespread across the valley.
The flood warning for Tonto Basin is still in effect, and the Salt and Hilo Rivers are experiencing high levels due to the release of water from the SRP and Tempe Town Lake to prevent reservoirs from overflowing.
The mountain areas, such as Flagstaff, may experience rain with a mix of snow, while the valley will remain mostly cloudy.
However, on Tuesday, a First Alert weather day has been issued due to the potential for flooding from the 70% chance of widespread rain.
Temperatures across the valley will be in the mid 50s to start the day on Sunday, warming up to the 70s in the afternoon.
On Monday, temperatures will still be warm, but on Tuesday, they will drop to the upper 60s.
Wednesday morning will bring more rain before clearing up for sunny skies throughout the rest of the week.