Posted: Aug 23, 2012 5:26 PM by Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino
TUCSON-After days and days of storms and flooding rains the pattern will change as we head into the weekend. We are pretty much gonna shut down the moisture says Chief Meteorologist Rob Guarino. It's been a good run for Southern AZ the last few days but temps are on the rise as storm chances start to fall.
It will not be as hot as the last heatwave, where temps got to neat 110, but temps should pop over 100 most of next week. The early call for September is above normal temps and above normal rainfall.
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