It's now in the record books: for the first time ever, all 30 days in June were greater than 100 degrees in Tucson. So if you thought it was unusually hot, you were correct. Chapter II: The monsoon Thanks to the position of high pressure, which also brought us the heat, moisture has already begun … Continue reading From the Heat to the Rain
Check it out. Here is the latest GFS model for June 30th. It's still awhile away, but if it verifies, we should see good storms developing in Tucson before July.
A warm September rain is exactly what folks in the desert southwest are likely to face.