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Forecasters expect drier, warmer winter in Southwest

Drought conditions are expected to continue or worsen across Arizona over the coming months.

How the monsoon season impacted life in Southern Arizona, from wildfires to bugs

The National Weather Service said the monsoon season was the third-wettest that Tucson has seen since 1895, and it followed an exceptionally dry year.

The Desert Blooms in a Bountiful Monsoon.

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Flood watches blanket Arizona because of tropical moisture

Flood watches issued for all of Arizona effective from late Tuesday morning until late Wednesday evening.

July was wettest on record for Tucson

Drought persists but recent rain has impact across Arizona

Flash flood watch through Saturday

NWS predicts 2006-style rainstorms into the weekend.

Frequent rain sets 2021 monsoon off to a fast start

Southern Arizona can expect more precipitation through mid-July.

Game challenges forecasters to predict monsoon

UA researchers created an online competition similar to fantasy football.

Beat the heat at a cooling center

City, private groups offer cooling locations.

Electric grid holding up as temperatures soar

Utility urges customers to time appliance use carefully.

Monsoon or nonsoon? Hard to say

Forecasters say chances are even for good or bad monsoon this year.

Hurricane predictors forecast busy 2021 season

UA group has been on target about storm predictions since 2014.

Low saguaro reproduction numbers at national park in Tucson

Drought cycle that dates to the mid-1990s thought to be responsible

Weather may delay weekend vaccinations

Banner, Pinal County, promise enough doses for today and Thursday

Tucson mayor asks community for help guiding climate action plan

A survey open through the end of March invites residents to prioritize actions city can take.

Forecasters: Arizona faces above-normal wildfire threats

Severe drought raises the danger in 2021

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