High temperatures this week will alternate between plain hot and excessively hot in Maricopa, according to the National Weather Service.
Today will be sunny with the high topping out around 107 degrees F. Skies will remain clear overnight as the low bottoms out around 73.
Tuesday, the forecast is sunny with heat entering the heat-warning zone with a high of 111. The nighttime low will be around 75.
Wednesday is expected to the hottest day of the week, despite increasing winds. The high may reach 112 during the day, while the overnight low is 75. Breezes from the west may grow to 15 mph.
Thursday, the heat will still be dangerous under sunny skies, but the high is expected to be only 109. Overnight, the low will be around 75 with winds gust up to 25 mph.
Friday, look for highs near 107 again with sunny skies and continued breezes. The night will be mostly clear with a low around 74 and gusting winds.
That leads to a weekend of normal hot temperatures and decreasing breezes.