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Christian Garcia Jul 17
Storm currently hitting Bisbee. Seen from Hereford.
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Christian Garcia Jul 17
Here is two images of the storm that came over the Mule Mountains this evening. Looking east toward Bisbee, Az.
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NWS Phoenix 6h
Off to a toasty start this morning with temperatures only falling into the mid 80s. Expecting a high of 108° with virtually no chance for rain this afternoon.
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John Henz Jul 17
Hot AND Humid today - Head south for Storms! A strong Mex t-storm complex has sent a surge of moist air north into AZ. But M-R still suppressed to south. Air feels like it'll support storms, drier air aloft will cap action. Bummer. Storms, near svr, south of YUM-CGZ-SAD.
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John Sirlin Jul 14
I was about to file a missing persons report on but it’s cool...I found her!
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Sean Parker Jul 12
Hoping for another one of these soon.
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Arizona DOT Jul 13
Mark Trennepohl, ADOT's statewide road weather manager, says blowing dust is starting to blow across I-10 near Picacho Peak. Remember to slow down and Pull Aside, Stay Alive if visibility gets too low!
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Mike Leuthold Jul 17
Arizona Regional WRF Discussion.
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Chris Frailey Jul 15
The AZ lighting it up last night. Felt so good to be back with the . More of this please Mother Nature.
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Ian Schwartz 21h
Three years ago today captured one of the most epic shots out there!
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Brittany Conklin Jul 12
More like NONsoon, am I right?
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NWS Phoenix Jul 18
The forecast continues to call for increasing moisture this weekend, with chances for thunderstorms and possibly some blowing dust arriving Sunday into next week across Phoenix. Temperatures will remain near seasonal normals.
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John Henz Jul 12
Northern AZ has currently the most active t-storm development. Why? Three reasons: Topographic enhanced storm formation is getting max out of min moisture-see Skew-T. Two: several mesoscale waves are moving from ESE-NW organizing the storms. Three: monsoon ridge position.
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NWS Phoenix Jul 14
Storms that developed along the Mogollon Rim will push outflows south-southwest into the metro over the next couple hours. Isolated convection over southern Gila Co. near Globe and San Carlos will cause brief heavy downpours up to 1" and gusty winds.
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John Sirlin Jul 15
I have a few bolts I may share later but the light and structure combo on this storm between Santa Rosa and Sells last night was absolutely magical!
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Hal 5h
Can’t wait for it to cool off next Sunday!
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Jeremy Perez Jul 11
Can't hold on to this one until tomorrow. Lots of strikes around the Peaks this afternoon. Almost caught the landing point. But what are you going to do. Per usual, Twitter will crop top & bottom off the preview.
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John Sirlin Jul 18
A little dusty chaos over the Dragoon Mountains at sunset last night as I held onto my tripod for dear life. It’s been a slow start to the monsoon but there’s still some fun stuff out there!
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David Rankin Jul 13
Some shots from around Tucson earlier today.
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Christian Garcia 17h
Pretty storm north of Douglas, Az
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