TUCSON - Enough moisture and instability to pop storms today. Where the end up will be the main question.
Between lunchtime and the dinner hour, there is a 30% chance of scattered metro storms. Storms will favor higher terrain and spots that are able to break into some sunshine.
Flooding threat lower than yesterday, but a few storms could produce locally heavy rainfall. Because of that, your Monsoon Prediction Index today is at 4 out of 10. #azwx #KVOAwx pic.twitter.com/koLfd4BDuO— Jeff Beamish (@jeffbeamish) July 12, 2018
Areas south and east of Tucson stand the best chance of scattered storms. Rain chances through this evening are at 40% for Santa Cruz, Cochise, Graham and Greenlee Counties. Locally heavy rainfall is the primary concern with today's activity.
The thunder threat diminishes to wrap the work week, as storms become more isolated in nature Friday. Scattered storm chances return this weekend, possibly favoring the early portion of 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.