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TUCSON - It's another quiet storm day across SE Arizona as monsoon moisture has been on the decline. Skies are mostly sunny and temperatures are hot. As of 3 p.m., Tucson was reporting 102 degrees while the remainder of the district was well into the 90s. Even hotter temperatures are in the forecast through Thursday and some record highs will be in jeopardy. Isolated storms Wednesday may cool temperatures down from record levels, which according to Chief Meteorologist Matt Brode is 108 on Wednesday. Expect a gradual cooling trend late in the week and into the weekend as deeper moisture moves into the region and storm chances increase.
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