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Nov 23, 2011 8:09 PM

Storm track shifts for "Thanksgiving" rain

TUCSON-The 4th Pacific Coast storm this month will make its way through Southern Arizona on Thursday and Friday with a variety of weather depending on your location. Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino says the track has shifted further south, combine that with a weaker Tropical Source in Kenneth and the rain will be lighter and not last as long.

Expect the showers to get underway after 6pm tomorrow but be out of here by Friday morning. The heaviest rain will be in Cochise/Santa Cruz Counties where .40" to .75" can be expected. The showers in the Tucson Metro Area will be .15" to .30" and even less the further N & W you go from Tucson. We have a great weekend on tap with highs in the 70's.



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