Posted: Jul 22, 2012 9:48 AM
TUCSON - Enough moisture is in place over Southern Arizona to support another round of Monsoon storms.
Debris clouds from last night storms have some areas already waking up to some light rain this Sunday morning, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. These clouds should thin out over the next few hours allowing to us to heat up. The daytime heating will increase thunderstorm activity later this afternoon for a possible round three of storms. As with any thunderstorm be ready for strong winds, heavy rain and dangerous lightning this afternoon.
Scattered storms are in the forecast for the start of your work week giving us another good chance to add to our already impressive Monsoon total which is sitting near 4.50". By mid week moisture starts to thin out and scattered storms become more isolated. Daytime highs should sit pretty close to normal this week in the upper 90s to low 100s.
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