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Posted 5:48 PM 10/8/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Little change in the weather the past several days will give way late this week.
Daytime highs have been above average everyday for the month of October and today was no different with a high of 92, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. An area of high pressure just to our (More)
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Posted 8:00 AM 10/6/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - A fall cool down is on the way to southern Arizona.
High pressure holding on just to our south is keeping daytime highs slightly above average for the weekend, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. The good news is that our ridge is slowly breaking down and moving out here (More)
Posted 5:42 PM 10/1/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - October is here with temperatures that should be seen in June.
Daytime highs were able to reach 99 today to kick off the work week and the month of October, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. High pressure sets up over the west coast bringing forecast highs in the low triple (More)
Posted 6:53 PM 9/30/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - High pressure is building the temperatures to near triple digits.
Tucson was able to reach 98 at TIA this afternoon as our warm continues here in southern Arizona. High pressure will remain anchored over the west coast through the start of the weekend keeping temperatures (More)
Posted 8:00 AM 9/30/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Warming trend continues to wrap up the month of September and the Monsoon.
Daytime highs are forecast to climb about five degrees above average today topping 96 in the Old Pueblo, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. High pressure building into the western states (More)
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Posted 5:06 PM 9/29/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - The Harvest Moon is on the rise and so are the temperatures.
Daytime highs were back in the 90s to start the weekend and continue up form here as high pressure builds over the west coast. Sunday will bring daytime highs about five degrees above normal with a forecast of 96. As our (More)
Posted 8:00 AM 9/29/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Temperatures are back on the rise to start the weekend.
After wrapping up the work week in the upper 80s a warming trend starts today with a forecast high of 94, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. Enough moisture will hang around this afternoon to support a slight (More)
Posted 8:36 PM 9/23/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Another triple digit day wraps up the weekend but cooler temperatures on the way.
Tucson recorded its 73rd triple digit high this year topping 101 today and it could be the last triple digit we see this year, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. A low pressure (More)
Posted 8:00 AM 9/23/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Another triple digit day set to round out the weekend for the Old Pueblo.
Today will be the 73rd day at or above the century mark for Tucson, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. After today the high pressure ridge that has kept temperatures 5-10 degrees above (More)
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Posted 6:43 PM 9/22/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - The first day of fall brings another round of triple digits to southern Arizona.
Tucson starts the weekend and the fall season off with the 72nd triple digit of the year topping off at 100, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. A forecast high of 101 will wrap up (More)
Posted 8:00 AM 9/22/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - Fall is officially underway as of 7:49am this morning but it's certainly not going to feel like it.
We bring in the fall season with our 72nd day at or above 100 for Tucson, according to Meteorologist John Patrick. High pressure holds strong to keep daytime highs nearly (More)
Posted 7:25 PM 9/21/2012 by John Patrick
TUCSON - University of Arizona Scientists have found some big problems when it comes to the small scale weather models.
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