The first day of monsoon season Saturday didn't make a splash, but it wasn't the same old dry heat either.
Clouds lingered over much of central Tucson during the afternoon, blown in by a light wind, while a few fat droplets of rain made contact with midtown.
Over on the east side, the clouds let loose with a welcome springtime shower.
The official start of summer is still six days away.
Saturday's rain, which was a drop in the bucket for most Tucsonans, was the last chance of precipitation for at least a week, the National Weather Service predicts.
Today through next Saturday, conditions are expected to be calm and dry with highs ranging from 99 to 107 degrees.