TUCSON – One year ago today we broke the proverbial ice on the Santa Cruz River. It was certainly a hot day and the remainder of the week stayed hot. Here’s a list of the high temperatures from last year for the dates May 6 – May 10th.
— Matt Brode (@mattbrode) May 6, 2019
Then 2019 happened.
Today’s high was only 85 degrees and a series of disturbances will keep things not only cooler than average but unsettled with rain chances arriving late in the workweek.
After Thursday’s forecast high of 88, temperatures will struggle to even reach 80 degrees.
With the potential of snow hitting the mountains this week, it is hard to believe that a potential Icebreak is upon us.