For the first time in 2019, Tucson International Airport hit 100° at 2:37 PM on June 9th.
4Warn Weather Features
It was a close call for triple digits on Thursday in Tucson. The top temp recorded at the airport was 99 degrees. That’s the hottest
We’ve surpassed the average date to reach 100 degrees
There was also a good deal of wind shear observed in the region creating potentially dangerous landing conditions.
Today’s high was only 85 degrees
The average first triple digit day arrives on May 18th
Weather conditions should be almost optimal with mainly clear skies and temperatures into the 50s and 60s.
The Moderate drought is mainly for Apache County near the Four Corners and with a few systems in the forecast swinging to the north, this could help reduce this 5% even more.
A Super Moon is when the elliptical, not circular orbit, matches up with a full moon near its perigee.
Extreme and exceptional drought conditions has been completely eroded from the entire state.
Do you think it felt like a cold and wet Winter? If so, you are correct.
On the heels of a snowy Monday across the midwest and Great Lakes, the coldest air since 1994 is marching into the same parts of the country.
On the night of the Blood Moon an interesting collision took place in outer space. Because of the shadows being cast during the eclipse, astronomers saw a meteor hit the surface of the moon.
Since some sunlight will pass through the Earth’s atmosphere and reach the moon, the moon will take on a reddish tint.
For the 20th consecutive year, the Old Pueblo finished with an average temperature running warmer than normal.
If you’re new to the Sonoran Desert (or a long time desert dweller wanting a refresher in cold weather preps), here’s a handy list to keep Old Man Winter from doing too much damage.
Highest rain totals were recorded on Tucson’s southwest side.
Let’s explore the world of optics. (I promise to keep it simple)
Santa Claus is on his way to town!
For the Old Pueblo, the yearly odds of a White Christmas aren’t great. They’re also not zero.