Week-by-week visualization of Arizona drought conditions, courtesy of U.S. Drought Monitor.
According to data from the National Weather Service, Tucson Weather Forecast Office, Tucson International Airport — the city's official recording site — picked up 0.12 inches of rain overnight. Here are some other area rainfall totals.
A storm system created up to 60 mph winds and blowing dust Monday that caused multiple-vehicle crashes on I-10 near Picacho, authorities said.
An officer with the Arizona Department of Public Safety wears a mask to protect himself from dust stirred by high winds as he investigates a chain-reaction crash on Interstate 10 near Picacho. No one was seriously hurt in several accidents in the area on Monday.
Don't expect a mass of color, but Mexican gold poppies are popping up along the Yetman Trail.
The Sonoran Desert is a land of stark contrasts - brought home in vivid color this week. Some of the first Mexican gold poppies of the coming spring season burst into bloom along the David Yetman Trail west of Tucson - just a week after the city was cloaked with a winter snowfall.
Wednesday's snow is sticking around in parts of Southern Arizona, thanks to below-normal temperatures that are forecast to continue into next week.
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A chilly first half of January outmatched a much warmer second half in Tucson, leading to temperatures that averaged well below normal for the entire month.
Click on a blue dot to learn more about Pima County Regional Flood Control District precipitation totals from that site.
Bundle up and stay warm because the cold snap that hit the city is expected to continue into Tuesday morning with a hard freeze, and possibly go into Wednesday.
Keep the heavy coats, mittens, caps and scarves handy, because a cold front is expected to hit the Tucson area beginning Thursday night.
Did the sound of pouring rain and gusting winds wake you up last night? Some parts of Tucson received both in today's early hours.
A gauge in Catalina State Park leads the Tucson area with the most rainfall since Thursday — 1.61 inches.
Edgar Torres with The Groundskeeper digs a line for an irrigation system at the Chase bank at East Speedway and North Swan Road. Monday's daytime temperatures - especially at midday - were ideally suited to outdoor work.
It has, in fact, been hotter than normal.
Lightning dancing through the sky over Saguaro National Park West.
By now it’s something we Tucsonans could be blasé about, yet it still grabs our attention without fail: a spectacular seasonal light show, this time sending lightning dancing through the sky over Saguaro National Park West. Tucson woke up to an unusual morning storm Wednesday that dumped rai…