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MOST ACCURATE FORECAST: Freeze and Hard Freeze Warnings overnight across AZ

Copy This Embed Code: Ad PHOENIX — Our latest winter blast is headed east tonight.As skies clear, temperatures will plummet.Freeze Warnings are in effect for many of our lower deserts from 12 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday. Places like San Tan Valley, Maricopa, Casa Grande, Quartzsite, Tonopah, Superior, Florence, Eloy, Ajo and Tucson will freeze overnight as temperatures dip into the upper 20s to low 30s.Hard Freeze Warnings are in effect for Wickenburg, Aguila, Globe, San Car...

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PHOENIX — Our latest winter blast is headed east tonight.

As skies clear, temperatures will plummet.

Freeze Warnings are in effect for many of our lower deserts from 12 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday. Places like San Tan Valley, Maricopa, Casa Grande, Quartzsite, Tonopah, Superior, Florence, Eloy, Ajo and Tucson will freeze overnight as temperatures dip into the upper 20s to low 30s.

Hard Freeze Warnings are in effect for Wickenburg, Aguila, Globe, San Carlos, Kearny, Oracle and across the Tucson metro area from 12 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures in these locations will drop below freezing for a longer period of time overnight, which will cause damage to sensitive vegetation.

Even here in the Valley, overnight lows will be close to the freezing point in outlying areas.

If you have any sensitive plants, cover them or bring them inside. Also, remember to keep your pets inside and cover any exposed pipes to prevent damage.

Daytime highs will still be chilly, too.

Here in Phoenix, temperatures will be nearly 10 degrees below normal with highs in the mid 50s Wednesday and Thursday.

We'll gradually rebound as we head into the weekend, though.

Look for highs back in the 60s by Saturday with early morning lows in the upper 30s to low 40s through the weekend.

2022 Rainfall totals:

Sky Harbor Official Rainfall: 5.10" (-1.68" from average)

Valley Average (Phoenix Rainfall Index): 6.46"

Daily rainfall reports from all across the Valley can be found here.__________________________________________

PHOENIX IS GETTING DRIER - LOWER RAINFALL AVERAGES NOW

Average Monsoon Rainfall in Phoenix (1981-2010): 2.71" of rain

NEW Average Monsoon Rainfall in Phoenix (1991-2020): 2.43" of rain

Average Yearly Rainfall in Phoenix (1981-2010): 8:03" of rain

NEW Average Yearly Rainfall in Phoenix (1991-2020): 7.22" of rain__________________________________________

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Twins from Memphis help save life of San Tan Valley teen

SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ — It was a moment 17-year-old Katie Amdal will cherish forever.“When we were hugging, I didn’t want to let go, I just wanted to stay in that moment for as long as possible,” said Katie recalling a special meeting last month.Back in 2020, Katie, who was 15 at the time, was diagnosed with Familial Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). A potentially life-threatening condition that required a stem cell transplant.“I was just not really feeling right, I was tired all the ti...

SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ — It was a moment 17-year-old Katie Amdal will cherish forever.

“When we were hugging, I didn’t want to let go, I just wanted to stay in that moment for as long as possible,” said Katie recalling a special meeting last month.

Back in 2020, Katie, who was 15 at the time, was diagnosed with Familial Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). A potentially life-threatening condition that required a stem cell transplant.

“I was just not really feeling right, I was tired all the time, I started getting fevers a lot,” said Katie.

“I was very nervous that we were not going to be able to find a donor,” said Katie’s mom Vicky.

Vicky says finding a matching donor for this procedure is extremely rare and must come from outside the family. That’s why they turned to an organization called DKMS, the largest stem cell donor center in the world.

“Just trying to find that match, I was afraid,” said Vicky recalling her anxiousness in the process.

Fortunately, they did find a match. A 22-year-old woman in Memphis named Sophie Kink. But when it came time for Katie's lifesaving transplant, doctors informed Katie and her family they didn’t have enough stem cells to move forward.

“Mentally we were ready to go and that was devastating for us,” said Vicky.

Even worse, Sophie couldn’t donate again. But in a twist of fate, another DNA match would reveal itself. This time in the form of Sophie’s twin sister Olivia who was ready to make sure Katie got what she needed.

“I hope there’s never a day that goes by that you don’t see all the good things you were made for, you have changed my life,” said Olivia to Katie at a gathering last month.

More than a year after the transplant, Olivia met Katie in person for the first time at a conference in Orlando. The two shared a long overdue embrace. Tears flowed as Katie presented Olivia with a gift to commemorate their lifelong bond. Katie called the twins her new sisters and sent this message to them...

“Thank you for looking past yourself to help somebody else that you don’t even know, who lives in a different state,” said Katie.

To learn more on how you can become a donor and save more lives click here.

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Closures on Interstate 17 and US 60 ADOT this weekend: Here's what to know

The Arizona Department of Transportation announced their weekend itinerary as freeway improvement projects continue in Phoenix.Notable closures and restrictions will be taking place along Interstate 17 and US 60 for pavement improvement, much of which being an extension of the departments 'Roadwork Roundup' in...

The Arizona Department of Transportation announced their weekend itinerary as freeway improvement projects continue in Phoenix.

Notable closures and restrictions will be taking place along Interstate 17 and US 60 for pavement improvement, much of which being an extension of the departments 'Roadwork Roundup' initiative that began earlier this month.

Drivers are advised to allow for extra time and plan ahead. Real-time traffic conditions can always be checked at az511.gov.

Southbound Interstate 17

Details: Southbound Interstate 17 will be closed between Greenway Road and Northern Avenue for a pavement improvement project.

When: 10 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13 to 5 a.m. Monday, Jan. 16

Alternate Routes: ADOT advises drivers to use eastbound Loop 101 to southbound State Route 51 as an alternate freeway route to downtown Phoenix. Southbound I-17 drivers can exit ahead of the closure, using southbound 19th or 35th Avenues to travel ahead of the closure.

Eastbound US 60

Details: Eastbound U.S. 60 will be closed between Loop 101 (Price Freeway) and Mesa Drive for a pavement improvement project. All Loop 101 ramps to east and westbound US 60 will be closed.

When: 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13 to 5 a.m. Monday, Jan. 16

Alternate Routes: Drivers should use eastbound Loop 202 (Red Mountain or Santan freeways) as alternate routes. Eastbound U.S. 60 drivers can exit ahead of the closure, using eastbound Baseline Road or Southern Avenue to travel beyond the closure.

Southbound Loop 101

Details: Southbound Loop 101 (Agua Fria Freeway) will be closed between Camelback and Indian School Roads in the West Valley for overhead sign work.

When: 2 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 14 to 5 a.m. Monday, Jan. 16

Alternate Routes: ADOT advises drivers to consider exiting ahead of the closure, using southbound 91st or 99th Avenues.

Westbound Loop 303

Details: Westbound Loop 303 will be closed between Interstate 17 and Lake Pleasant Parkway for new interchange construction.

When: 4 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 14 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 15

Alternate Routes: ADOT advises using westbound State Route 74 to southbound Lake Pleasant Parkway to enter Loop 303 beyond the closure.

Restaurants open on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day in 2022

The holiday season is upon us, with Christmas Eve and Christmas Day falling conveniently on a weekend this year — a Christmas "miracle" that only happens every seven years on average.While many private businesses and retailers may be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, several restaurants around the country will still be open.Here are restauran...

The holiday season is upon us, with Christmas Eve and Christmas Day falling conveniently on a weekend this year — a Christmas "miracle" that only happens every seven years on average.

While many private businesses and retailers may be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, several restaurants around the country will still be open.

Here are restaurants that are open on either Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, or both:

Benihana

The popular sushi and Japanese steakhouse will be open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Hours may vary by location.

Bonefish Grill

Bonefish Grill is open on Christmas Eve, and restaurant hours may vary. Locations will be closed on Christmas Day.

Boston Market

All Boston Market locations will be open normal business hours on Christmas Eve, but limited restaurants will be open Christmas Day and hours will vary by location. Check the restaurant locator to confirm.

Carrabba’s Italian Grill

Carrabba’s Italian Grill is open on Christmas Eve, and restaurant hours may vary. Locations will be closed on Christmas Day.

Chili’s

Chili’s locations will close on Christmas Eve at 6 p.m. and will be closed on Christmas Day.

Cracker Barrel

Cracker Barrel locations will be open for limited hours on Christmas Eve, closing at 2 p.m. All stores will be closed on Christmas Day.

Dunkin’ Donuts

Dunkin' store hours vary by location. While many Dunkin’ locations will be open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, guests are encouraged to check the Dunkin' Mobile App to confirm if their local store is open before visiting.

Fleming’s

Fleming’s is open on Christmas Eve, and restaurant hours may vary. Locations will be closed on Christmas Day.

IHOP

IHOP will be open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Hours could vary by location.

Maggiano’s

Maggiano’s restaurants will be open on Christmas Eve with hours varying by location. Restaurants will be closed on Christmas Day.

McDonald’s

Hours vary by location, but most McDonald’s in the U.S. are open on holidays, and consumers can use the store locator tool to confirm.

Olive Garden

Olive Garden locations are open until 8 p.m. on Christmas Eve and will be closed on Christmas Day.

Outback Steakhouse

Outback Steakhouse is open on Christmas Eve, and restaurant hours may vary. Locations will be closed on Christmas Day.

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

Ruth’s Chris will be open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Hours could vary by location.

Starbucks

Starbucks store hours vary by location. Customers can find specific store hours using the Starbucks app or by visiting their website store locator: Starbucks.com/store-locator.

This story was reported from Detroit.

Youth Soccer Program Coming to San Tan Valley

Have kids interested in playing soccer? Tired of driving to Gilbert, Mesa or Chandler to get your kids into an organized club setting? Then hold on to the goal posts, a new youth soccer club has come to San Tan Valley and they are eager to work with you and your family.Club Sports AZ was founded by the Magestro Family. A family of educators and soccer players they have dedicated their lives to helping communities be the best they can. As a family, they have always focused on the youth through sports programs, foster care, and mentorin...

Have kids interested in playing soccer? Tired of driving to Gilbert, Mesa or Chandler to get your kids into an organized club setting? Then hold on to the goal posts, a new youth soccer club has come to San Tan Valley and they are eager to work with you and your family.

Club Sports AZ was founded by the Magestro Family. A family of educators and soccer players they have dedicated their lives to helping communities be the best they can. As a family, they have always focused on the youth through sports programs, foster care, and mentoring youth at risk. Over the years they've seen firsthand how sports can contribute to improving youth's physical and psychological health. By promoting mutual respect and tolerance, sports teach important social and interpersonal skills, all effective tools keeping them from falling into a cycle of depression, violence, crime and drug use.

The founder of Club Sports AZ, Stephanie Magestro, grew up playing soccer and has been coaching recreational soccer for the past 20 years. She married, Yeniel Bermudez, former captain of the Cuban National/Olympic Soccer team, who runs a soccer academy, Bermudez Fútbol Academy, focusing on helping players at the highest of levels reach their goals and make their dreams come true. Let's just say that soccer runs pretty deep in this family.

"Soccer is our life and we want to inspire as many little ones to play as possible."

Stephanie Magestro

In 2017, the Magestro family packed up and moved from Alaska to Chandler, AZ. A couple years later they moved to San Tan Valley. While Stephanie has been coaching recreational soccer in Chandler since her return to Arizona, she couldn't be more excited to establish this club in San Tan Valley.

"When we designed Club Sports AZ we had one thing in mind, FAMILY FIRST," said Stephanie Magestro. "The program is setup to allow parents with multiple children playing soccer, to spend more time with their family. No more driving one child to one location and another somewhere else. All siblings will play all their games at the same time, same day, and at the same location."

The program itself is designed as a developmental program and is dedicated to building players' skills while having fun. "Even though this is a recreational program we pride ourselves on the curriculum that has been developed so that as players grow so do their skills," said Stephanie.

So who can play and how do you sign up?The program is open to children between the ages of 3 – 12. It is a co-ed league, so all are welcome. You can register at www.clubsportsaz.com - anytime from now until September 24th for the Fall season.

**Since Club Sports AZ is new to San Tan Valley, they are offering the Early Bird Registration price for the entire Fall season.**

Cost:

Where will the games/practices be held?All Games will be held at San Tan Foothills High School, 1255 W Silverdale Rd. San Tan Valley, AZ 85142.Coaches will choose a location for the week's practice. Practices will be around the area of the school that the player attends. Coaches will reach out a week before games start to introduce themselves and let parents know when and where practice will be. A one-hour practice before every game on Saturdays will also take place, in case the kids are unable to make the weekly practice. There will be 8 games and 16 practices each season.

There will be three seasons each year.

For 2022-2023, the seasons are as follows:

During registration, parents are asked if they'd like to volunteer to coach. "Unlike many clubs that just ask for volunteers and that's that we support our coaches throughout the entire season," said Stephanie. "We provide our coaches with training and a curriculum to follow with weekly trainings."

"Our vision is simple. We want to become a program that will change the lives of its members and ultimately have a powerful positive impact on our San Tan Valley community."

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