TUCSON - The heat is on and storms are off to begin 4th of July week.
High pressure well east of the state maintains triple digit temps in the Old Pueblo, according to 4WARN Meteorologist Jeff Beamish. Highs range from 104° this afternoon to 105° on the 4th of July. Mostly sunny skies are expected for all of southern Arizona through Wednesday.
Monsoon moisture gradually returns to the state later this week as high pressure builds back to the west. Isolated storms are possible for Metro Tucson Thursday through Sunday. Scattered storms are expected in the mountains and areas south and east of Tucson.
Temperatures by week's end range from 107° on Thursday to 100° on Sunday.
The Tucson Police Department is looking for a man who is accused of destroying Century Link boxes around the city.
Tucson Police Dept. is investigating a fatal hit and run collision early Sunday at the intersection of Speedway and Wilmot.
The Pima County Sheriff's Department said they are working a traffic accident Tuesday, July 17 involving a deputy near Ajo and Country Club.
Health concerns are now an issue for families dealing with thousands of dead fish popping up in their community lake.