After the third warmest January on record, 60-degree days could be a shock.
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.
Rain is on the way — and higher mountains likely will be capped with snow.
Last night's storm brought widespread precipitation to the Tucson metro area.
Monsoon's rainy first month brought rain, lightning and cooler temps, but severe-to-extreme drought remains a concern in 94 percent of Arizona.
This morning's forecast from the National Weather Service in Tucson predicts a good chance of rain throughout the day, with diminishing storms tonight.
According to an updated three-month forecast from the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center, Tucson's chances for rain are looking up.
Unfortunately, Saturday's first monsoon rainfall wasn't spread equally around the Tucson metro area, according to preliminary data from the Pima County Regional Flood Control District.
First, the good news, Tucson.