Posted: Aug 23, 2013 10:50 AM by Brian White
Updated: Aug 23, 2013 10:50 AM
TUCSON - At long last, Monsoon 2013 arrived on Tucson's northwest side.
Dry air never made it into Pima County yesterday as expected. Instead, the line separating Monsoon moisture and desert dry air served as a mechanism to fire up big storms.
The big rainfall winner Thursday was Oro Valley, with a whopping 1.69" in roughly an hour timespan. Officially, the Tucson International Airport rain bucket picked up a mere trace.
So how much rain fell in your neighborhood? Check out Storm Alert meteorologist Jeff Beamish's blog with a full listing of rain totals for southeast Arizona.
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