Posted: Sep 21, 2012 5:27 PM by Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino
Updated: Sep 21, 2012 5:32 PM
TUCSON-Today was the 71st day at or over 100 degrees in Tucson, not a record but we have now gone over 70 days the last 3 years, the average is 62 days a year. The summers are getting warmer you can see on the climate data says Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino.
Tomorrow is the first day of fall, it arrives in Southern AZ about 7:49am but the temps will not match the season. We expect to see temps at or above 100 throughout the weekend before a storm system from the west coast cools us down into the 80s and 90s next week. Enjoy
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