Three Sunnyside district schools will be closed Monday because of a severe thunderstorm that knocked down power poles on the southeast side Sunday.
A monsoon storm that drenched Tucson caused perilous driving conditions and forced the closure of several streets
A thunderstorm warning has been lifted for western Pima County, west of Sells.
A thunderstorm dumped heavy rain on Tucson's south side tonight, downing power lines on South Wilmot Road and knocking out power to another 2,500 TEP customers.
This week a storm knocked out power down at City Hall and the entire Tucson City Council ended up being trapped on an escalator until they were rescued by the Tucson Fire department. Captain Martin Smith said,' It was pandemonium when we got in there. We could see them all huddled toget…
Severe thunderstorms have left at least 5,000 customers without power this evening and Oracle Road is closed from Limberlost to River Road until at least 11 p.m.
This morning's forecast from the National Weather Service in Tucson predicts a good chance of rain throughout the day, with diminishing storms tonight.
The Tucson area and much of Southeast Arizona are under a flash flood watch until 5 p.m. A flash flood watch means that conditions are becoming favorable for widespread flash flooding to develop.
Here's the National Weather Service's latest forecast for Independence Day in Tucson:
A thunderstorm today that swept across Tucson's south side is likely the only rain for a few days because a high pressure system is moving into the area.
For the first time this monsoon, rain is in the forecast for the Tucson area. Well, it's a slight chance, but we'll take it.
A group of local safety organizations — including Tucson Electric Power, VAISALA, the American Red Cross, U.S. Forest Service, Pima County Regional Flood Control District, Southern Arizona Rescue Association, and fire departments from throughout the area — will be part of a safety fair from …
High winds that brought a large dust storm through Tucson this afternoon have calmed down.
If monsoon thunderstorms have left your Tucson neighborhood a
haven for broken tree limbs, fallen palm fronds and other debris,
then consider the Neighborhood Clean-Up Program from the city of
A monsoon storm swept through Tucson on Thursday evening,
flooding washes and streets, causing rock slides on the Catalina
Highway and shutting down roads throughout the area.
July was hot - just as you might have expected. The National
Weather Service's Tucson Weather Forecast Office recapped the month
in a report released Monday. Here's how July breaks down:
July was hot — just as you might have expected. It was the 16th
hottest on record; and through seven months, 2011 is already the
19th warmest recorded.
The odds of having above-normal temperatures will decrease in
the second half of our summer. No, silly, it's not actually going
to be cooler.
As this week's weather pattern in Tucson reveals, monsoon's
rains are not constant. Instead, these thunderstorms occur in a
pattern of bursts and breaks. This graphic explains how it
An almost two-mile wall of dust, known as haboob, descended upon
the Phoenix metro area yesterday, reducing visibility and causing
flight delays at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.