Desert hotel guests have been told to expect the usual sand storms as they head to the town of Tocson for the first time in almost three years.
Temperatures are expected to drop into the 30s overnight and are expected for much of the day with some humidity levels expected to reach as high as 85 percent.
Desert hotel guests will have to be prepared for sandstorms with the desert wind forecast to reach the south-west of Tucson.
The resort will reopen to the public on Sunday afternoon.
Tucson is about an hour and a half south of Las Vegas.
Deseret Hotels, a major resort in the desert, is expected to reopen its doors to the general public after its last guest left.
“This is a long-term effort to get people out to the desert,” said Chris Thompson, executive director of the Salt Lake County Tourism Department.
A man walks on the sand in Tocs-Nasuñez Desert near Toc-Tucs, Arizona.
He said the resort’s closure was a temporary measure, and that the resort will resume operations later this week.
“It’s going to take a little while,” he said.
This is an isolated desert town, and we are really proud of the desert that we’ve built here.
We are really excited to reopen and bring our guests back.
There is no word on how long it will take for the resort to reopen.
In the meantime, guests are being advised to be cautious and prepare for a long wait.
While the Tocsnans air conditioning is working, temperatures are expected drop into 60s in Tucs.
Temperament has been called out for being low and temperatures are forecast to dip into the 40s overnight.
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