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An Unusual Tucson Sight: Snow in the City
While multiple feet blanketed the mountains, flakes were falling on the city Friday morning.
Flowers and Fire: Rain a Double-Edged Sword in the Desert
While moisture can mean impressive wildflower blooms, recent rains are fueling invasive species that feed wildfires.
Snow Storm Closes Arizona Schools, Clinics
A record-breaking storm hit north-central Arizona on Thursday.
Tucson's Wet Winter Continues
The city of Tucson expects more rain in town and snow on the mountains.
Climatologist: Nothing Too Unusual About Arizona's Recent Weather
Residents of the state shouldn't be surprised about the precipitation, as it's basically where it should be.
Experts: Southwestern US Sees Some Drought Relief
Though climate scientists warn recent moisture isn't enough to relieve worries over the long-term water supply.
Hard-Freeze Warning Issued for Tucson Metro Area
Counties southeast of Tucson can expect even harsher temperatures.
Photos: Storm Drops Snow on Southern Arizona
Forecasters issued a winter storm warning for the region until 5 p.m.
Climate Change and Adaptation in the Southwest
Two recent reports have brought renewed attention to the effects of climate change on local, regional and global levels.
Early Season Snow Delights Skiers, but the Drought is Far From Over
Experts say the bigger picture is more complicated, and is compounded by the effects of climate change.
Citizen-Science Project Looks to Test for Polluted Rainwater
The five-year program teaches residents how to measure what's in their harvested rainwater.
El Niño Could Bring Drought Relief to the Southwest
El Niño rainfall could relieve drought conditions in states like Arizona, but drought will persist elsewhere.
Cool, Wet October Follows Hottest September Recorded
This October is on track to be one of the rainiest.
Dozens Remain Displaced as Tohono O'odham Nation Continues Flood Recovery
Damage assessments continue days after a tropical storm came close to breaching an earthen dam.
Flood Management Plan Could Bring Lower Insurance Rates
Pima County supervisors start process to draft a new plan that could save homeowners on flood insurance.
Officials Warn Dam Could Fail and Flood Tohono O'odham Village
An earthen dam stands between a lake swollen with runoff and the community of Ali Chuk.
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