Posted: Jul 10, 2013 8:21 PM by Matt Brode
Updated: Jul 11, 2013 3:46 AM
TUCSON - It's been a relatively active day of weather across Southern Arizona and it's not over yet.
Isolated storms developed early Wednesday and are becoming more numerous as the night progresses.
Most of the activity remains in Cochise County as of 8 p.m., but storms are moving to the Northwest putting Metro Tucson at a more robust risk later tonight.
According to Chief Meteorologist Matt Brode, there is abundant moisture and enough instability for storms to linger past midnight.
Meanwhile, Tucson's high of 98 today was the first time since May 31st that the mercury failed to reach triple digits.
The triple-digit stretch ended on Wednesday, and tied the all-time record of 39 days which happened both in 1987 and 2005.
More scattered storms are possible for Thursday and Friday.
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