Posted: Jul 11, 2012 6:56 PM
TUCSON- After a very active day yesterday the Monsoon flow took a dry break this afternoon. Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino says it was a combination of some dry air from New Mexico and a steering current to the south that kept Tucson out the action today.
Don't worry more will be on the way with Saturday and mid next week the best days for periods of showers and storms.
The heat continued today with this being the 44th day this year of 100 degrees or higher. The benchmark is 1994 where 99 days hit the century mark. At this time in 1994 we had 42 days over 100 so we are a few days ahead of the record pace. The average number of days over 100 through July 11th is 32. Stay Cool and think rain !
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