Travel could be hazardous across Arizona today, with high winds and blowing dust from Interstate-40 in Northern Arizona to Interstate-10 in the central and south portions, according to the National Weather Service.
Forest fire experts usually base part of their annual fire outlook on whether the dominant weather pattern is the so-called El Niño or the opposite La Niña.
Multiple crashes have occurred on Interstate 10 near Picacho Monday afternoon, according to state officials.
Wind gusts of 45 mph have been recorded in Tucson as a storm system moves through the area.
Get ready for a windy cool down in Tucson starting Monday.
Fire crews from two departments contained a brush fire that endangered homes in the La Cholla Air Park on Friday afternoon.
Tucson hit a record high Thursday, the second day in a row.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory Friday for the Catalina and Rincon mountains until noon Saturday.
We know it was a cold February in Tucson - the snow in town last week tipped us off - but now the National Weather Service has tabulated the frigid facts.
Tucsonans flooded social media sites Wednesday night speculating on what caused a loud boom heard - and felt - over a chunk of the city.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning in effect through 11 p.m. Wednesday. The storm is expected to bring showers and snow Wednesday — with some blizzard conditions possible in mountain areas — and much colder temperatures. Wind gusts of nearly 40 mph are likely.
Widespread showers and snow are coming down on Pima County, including reports of snow in Vail, Green Valley, Oracle and SaddleBrooke. The Mount Lemmon Highway closed Monday night except for residents who have 4-wheel drive or chains.
A cold front moving through Southern Arizona closed down Mount Lemmon highway at the base Monday night.
Tucson hit a record low Monday morning and another hard-freeze is expected for Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, according to the National Weather Service.
A winter storm bringing snow to Southern New Mexico is expected to bring scattered rain and snow showers to areas southeast of Tucson tonight, the National Weather Service said Thursday afternoon.
Tucson finished 2012 by tying the mark for its warmest year on record.
Despite several gully washers during the rainy season, Tucson received only 7.66 inches of rainfall this year, which is one reason for the heat.
We're all too familiar with heat in these parts - but now we must warm up to the idea that 2012 is likely to tie the mark for the hottest year on record in Tucson.
Rain is on the way — and higher mountains likely will be capped with snow.
The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for Tucson and surrounding areas from 1 to 8 a.m. Tuesday.