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Official Twitter account for the National Weather Service Tucson. Details: http://t.co/KKTK7cZlhK

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The atmosphere will be drying out today but enough will still be around for a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon, mainly from Tucson east and south. #azwx 

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A special weather statement has been issued for Schuchk AZ until 4:30 PM MST

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A special weather statement has been issued for Pima County, AZ until 6:00 PM MST

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A special weather statement has been issued for Dos Cabezas AZ until 3:15 PM MST

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The work week starts off with near normal high temperatures. A few cloud buildups near/along the Intl border from Nogales east this afternoon. #azwx 

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Today is the last full day of Summer 2021 with Fall beginning at 12:21 pm MST tomorrow. Gusty east winds developing later tonight into Wednesday morning. Rain possible later in the week. #azwx 

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Down goes another record. Tucson reached 115° today, which broke the 2nd oldest June record high temperature (June 15, 1896). Stay hydrated out there! #azwx 

Here comes the moisture! Moisture from the remnants of #Nora  will push from the Gulf of California northward into Arizona later today through Wednesday. Expect periods of heavy rain leading to some flooding. #azwx 

The desert is pretty remarkably green this year! Check out this NASA MODIS satellite image taken in late August 2021 vs 2020. Yes, last year was extraordinarily dry, but the green-up this year is still eye-popping! 👀 #azwx 

110 so far at #Tucson  Airport. That's the 8th day in a row of 110+, adding to the all time record (prev 6 days from 1994). #azwx  #StopPlease 

McClellan Wash just northeast of I-10 between Red Rock and Picacho. A #FlashFloodWarning  remains in effect through 10:30 AM MST between Cortaro and Eloy in areas around and northeast of I-10. #azwx 

The #BighornFire  started near Pusch Ridge in the Catalina Mountains on June 5 due to a lightning strike. We put together a time-lapse of the fire via a webcam in Oro Valley from the start of the fire through Sunday afternoon. #azwx  #azfire 

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