The month of February — perhaps trying to make up for 2013, when it brought snow to Tucso n — served up balmy, springlike weather this year.
Water levels at popular Rose Canyon Lake north of Tucson are about 2 feet below normal — and the lake won’t refill until rain and snowmelt come to the rescue.
The warm, dry winter — with a lack of normal rain and snowfall — has primed Southeastern Arizona for potentially widespread wildfires this year, say national forest and parks officials.
Wildflowers in the desert around Tucson could still come through with a “pretty good” spring bloom, even though the city has received a paltry 0.01 inch of rain so far this year, flower experts say.
After the third warmest January on record, 60-degree days could be a shock.
Poppies are beginning to appear promising a colorful spring like these along Arizona 86 near Kitt Peak on Monday, January 19, 2005. Photo by Ron Medvescek/Arizona Daily Star.
Deep-soaking rains across Southern Arizona over the weekend were a “triggering” event for a possibly bountiful wildflower bloom next spring.
This year's El Tour de Tucson will not set any speed records.
The El Tour de Tucson officials are considering an alternate route for at least a portion of the race due to mounting concerns about flooding near the Sabino Canyon area.
This year’s monsoon has been less than a wet-and-wild wonder, and forecasters say it might be on the verge of fizzling out altogether.
I'm feelin' blue. While the corpulent white clouds form and collect nearly every afternoon, this summer's rains haven't given us much to cheer about. Even the little rain that has managed to make its way into our water-starved valley has left me unimpressed.
Luke Donald, right, and caddy John McLaren take shelter from snow flurries during the final round of 2011 Match Play.
Tiger Woods' worst day as a golfer was almost surely July 21, 2002, when he shot 81 at the British Open.
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.
Cooler weather is expected in the Tucson area by the end of the work week, according to the National Weather Service.
Here's the latest forecast for Tucson from the National Weather Service:
A woman who was swept away by floodwaters was found dead in her vehicle Friday following an hours-long search effort northwest of Tucson.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection helicopter searches Brawley Wash for Angelina Carrasco, 52, who was swept away by floodwaters early Friday morning and found dead Friday afternoon. Her husband suffered a broken pelvis in the incident.
Angelina Carrasco was found dead Friday afternoon in her car, hours after rushing water carried it away.