Posted: Jun 18, 2013 8:48 PM by Matt Brode
Updated: Jul 29, 2013 2:45 PM
TUCSON - Triple digit heat continued for the 17th straight day in Tucson. Tucson's high came in at 105 degrees.
According to Meteorologist Matt Brode, this June is the second hottest June in recorded history.
The average temperature for the month, so far, is 89.1 degrees; that's less than a tenth of a degree away from the warmest June ever in 1994, when the average temperature for that month was 89.2 degrees.
High pressure will continue for Wednesday and the weather will differ little from Tuesday.
Highs will be around 105 degrees with ample sunshine.
Some signs indicate that a little moisture will creep back into the state by Thursday and beyond.
If so, there could be some isolated afternoon storms mainly near the mountains south and east of Tucson.
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