Rescuers continued Tuesday to search for victims of a 5.8 magnitude earthquake in southern China’s Sichuan province that killed at least 12 people and injured
Temperatures will warm up to near-average this afternoon.
It’s going to be another warm week in Southern Arizona.
Today’s daytime high in Tucson will peak at 102 degrees under abundant sunshine.
The weak trough that brought our area gusty winds has pushed temperatures down to about average for mid-June standards.
This trail gains 774 feet and is rated moderate in difficulty.
Locally heavy rain is expected to return to the Arkansas and Mississippi River valleys this Father’s Day weekend.
Expect gusty winds into this evening followed by less wind this weekend.
The National Weather Service (NWS) is expecting a delayed start to the monsoon storms
Daytime highs will drop slightly starting tomorrow.
Stay cool Arizona!
The good news is most dust storms blow through an area quickly. The bad news is that they can cause serious and sometimes fatal collisions on the roads. Dust
The heat is on!
It’s heating up here in Southern Arizona.
A motorcyclist who died Sunday in Florida after being struck by lightning is the 12th person killed in a motorcycle-related lightning death in the United States since 2006.
This trail sits along the base of the San Pedro river.
Summer is right around the corner, and that means it’s going to start heating up!
The next stop on our hiking list is Madera Canyon’s Vault Mine Loop.
This overall temperature pattern dominated the U.S. for much of May.
Temperatures are bouncing back to average.