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Posted 8:00 AM 9/16/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Sunny skies and warm daytime highs round out the weekend.
High pressure cranks the temperatures back up into the mid 90s for the first time in a about a week, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. Little change is expected over the next several days with highs (More)
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Posted 6:39 PM 9/15/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Temperatures remain below average for a nice start to the weekend in southern Arizona.
Tucson records its twelfth below average daytime high in a row, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. Tucson International saw a high of 90 this afternoon which is 5 degrees below (More)
Posted 8:00 AM 9/15/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - High pressure sets up shop over the region making for a nice weekend.
With the Monsoon on its downswing expect generally sunny skies and relatively cool temperatures for the weekend, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. Daytime highs for today are forecast to stay in the low (More)
Posted 9:36 PM 9/13/2012 by Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino
TUCSON-The showers and storms from earlier today were a product of a healthy monsoon in many parts of Southern AZ the last few months. We had plenty of moisture leftover in the valley floor with a high soil moisture count and very green vegatation says Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino. This combo (More)
Posted 5:12 PM 9/13/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Above average rainfall doesn't always mean an easy going growing season for local cotton farmers.
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Posted 8:46 AM 9/13/2012 by Jeff Beamish
TUCSON - Storms struggle to launch later today.
Enough moisture remains in place for a slight chance of isolated storms this afternoon, according to News 4 Meteorologist Jeff Beamish. The best chance for these hit & miss storms looks to be over Graham and Greenlee Counties. Most of the (More) • Video (1)
Posted 8:14 AM 9/12/2012 by Jeff Beamish
TUCSON - The transition from Monsoon to Fall is underway.
A departing low pressure trough and lingering Monsoon moisture triggers isolated storms today, according to News 4 Meteorologist Jeff Beamish. The best chance of storms should be from Tucson, Nogales and points east. Due to the hit (More) • Video (1)
Posted 1:43 PM 9/11/2012 by Jeff Beamish
TUCSON - The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Advisory for east central Pima County until 3 PM. This includes the southwest side of the Tucson metro, Drexel Heights and Midvale Park.
According to Meteorologist Jeff Beamish, a cluster of thunderstorms has dumped roughly a (More)
Posted 5:21 AM 9/11/2012 by Jeff Beamish
TUCSON - The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for southern Arizona until 9 PM tonight. This includes Metro Tucson, Nogales, Sierra Vista, Douglas and Oracle.
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Posted 6:06 PM 9/10/2012
TUCSON - Drexel Heights Fire District crews are on the scene of a swift water rescue southwest of Tucson.
Captain Tracy Koslowski confirms that a car became stuck in the a flooded area of road at Ajo Highway and Camino Verde. Drexel Heights crews responded to extricate those in the car.
No word yet on how many people were in the car when it became stuck - stay logged on KVOA.com for more details as they become available.
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Posted 2:20 PM 9/10/2012 by Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino
TUCSON- A storm over the Northern Baja of Mexico is sending ample moistiure into Southern Arizona this afternoon with flooding possible through 8pm. Pima, Santa Cruz and parts of Pinal County could be the hardest hit today with some of the storms dumping 1-3" of rain says Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino.
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Posted 7:58 AM 9/10/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - The Old Pueblo wakes up to some early morning showers and thunderstorms.
Tucson International Airport picked up a quick 0.04" this morning while your backyard could've seen 0.25"-0.50" as showers and storms pushed north through Tucson, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. (More)
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