TUCSON – Weather history made overnight in the Old Pueblo. Today’s morning low at Tucson International Airport bottomed out at a balmy 80°. The Old Pueblo has failed to drop below the 80° mark for the 8th straight morning. This is noteworthy, as it matches the all-time record for number of consecutive mornings at or above 80°. The last time Tucson recorded 8 straight mornings at or above 80° was June 24th-July 1st, 1990.
TUCSON - The heat is on, but storms are off. High pressure over Rocky Point shoves Monsoon moisture out of the state, according to 4WARN Meteorologist Jeff Beamish. Save for a stray shower in the Chiricahuas, sunny skies prevail this afternoon. For the 27th time this year, Tucson reaches triple digit territory with a forecast high of 108°. Afternoon high temperatures tomorrow through early next week reach the 105-107° range. Sunshine prevails from the desert floors to mountaintops.
TUCSON – A heat wave over two decades in the making. Between June 19th and June 25th, Tucson International Airport registered 7 straight days with a high temperature of at least 109°. This is the third longest streak on record, matching the 7 day stretch back in June 1994. Here is a breakdown on Heat Wave 2017:6 – number of days Tucson reached 110° or above. Most 110° days since 1994. 3 – number of consecutive days Tucson reached 115° or above, which is the longest streak on record.
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Selecting a term
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