(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS65 KPSR 221151 AAA) Updated at 1150Z South-Central Arizona including KPHX, KIWA, KSDL, and KDVT; Southeast California/Southwest Arizona including KIPL and KBLH: Across the greater Phoenix area through the day we do not expect impacts from former Hurricane Lorena. Except for some high clouds, look for generally sunny skies into the afternoon before FEW high based cumulus decks form. Winds will be on the light side, favoring typical diurnal tendencies, with southeast winds becoming southwest/west after 21z. Tropical moisture will start to be drawn north into the Phoenix area during the evening, with SCT-BKN decks around 8-10k feet developing by around midnight, and as we move into the morning hours on Monday, isolated showers will likely start to develop. After midnight FEW-SCT decks near 5-6k feet may start to form. Thus the mention of VCSH in the TAFs after 08z. Cannot rule out thunderstorms forming but confidence is rather low and timing and exact location of storms too difficult to pinpoint at this time so we will wait until at least the next package before adding thunder into the TAFs. No impacts expected out west during the TAF period. Winds to be rather light and somewhat variable, favoring the south to southwest this afternoon and evening at KBLH and favoring southeast during the afternoon at KIPL before gradually swinging towards the southwest. Tropical Storm Lorena, currently centered over Guaymas Mexico, will continue to weaken with time. In fact, upper portions of the storm will be shearing toward the northeast. Through this afternoon, there will be little discernible impact to the TAF sites. An approaching trough in the Westerlies will pull remnant moisture northward Sunday night and Monday leading to an upward trend in storm chances - most notably during the daytime and evening hours Monday (mainly east of the Lower Colorado River Valley). Aviation Discussion not updated for amended TAFs.