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Monsoon 2015 in review

Buoyed by another wet September, Monsoon 2015 ended with a bang for southern Arizona. Most cities saw above average rainfall, including Tucson. 6.63″ rain was registered between June 15th and September 30th, approximately 0.55″ above the normal mark of 6.08″. 361 more words


Rain Totals: Who Has The Most?

BOSTON (CBS) – Southern New England needed the rain and it came in downpours Wednesday morning.

Here are the latest rainfall totals from the National Weather Service… 31 more words


Storm Postmortem: Late September saguaro soaker

Tropical depression 16-E and a shortwave trough combined to produce Monsoon 2015’s final act across Arizona. Storm chaser Bryan Snider captured one of the storms that developed Monday south of Phoenix. 232 more words


Monday's Tucson Forecast: Flash Flood Watch for southern Arizona



Today – 100% chance of rain. 84°, east-southeast wind 10-15 MPH.

Tonight – 100% chance of rain through midnight. 70°, southeast wind 5 MPH. 192 more words


Chicago Area Rainfall Totals For Sep. 17-18, 2015

The Chicago area got soaked by heavy rain Thursday night and early Friday, with some suburbs getting more than 3 inches of rain.

Below are the 24-hour total rainfall amounts measured by National Weather Service observers by 8 a.m. 833 more words


Climatology 101: 3rd warmest August, 2nd warmest Summer in Tucson

A little late on posting the August & Summer 2015 climate report for the Old Pueblo. Thank an active Monsoon week for that. Here’s the complete details compiled by the geniuses at NWS Tucson, including a very interesting streak that finally ended Thursday. 431 more words


Storm Postmortem: Thunderous end to August in southern Arizona

We called for a 30% chance of scattered storms through midnight. We did not anticipate activity lingering well into the overnight hours for Metro Tucson. So what happened? 304 more words