Posted: Jul 22, 2012 7:06 PM
TUCSON - Round three of Monsoon storms pushed through portions of Tucson to wrap up the weekend.
Official rainfall at Tucson International was only a trace but other neighborhoods saw much more than that, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. The hardest hit area today was the southwest side with reports of 0.50"-0.75". Much of the north and east sides picked up a couple of quick tenths while a lot of neighborhoods missed out completely. Monsoon rainfall totals still sit at 4.41" from June 15 through today nearly three inches above average.
A round four and five of Monsoon storms are expected to start your work week. Enough moisture will settle in for Monday and Tuesday to support scattered storm chances region wide. By mid week the scattered storms turn more isolated as dry air starts to filter in. Daytime highs will see a slight increase throughout the week peaking near 100 by Thursday.
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