Weather service sees a decent chance the monsoon will wake up again.
Abundant monsoon rains have led to fire restrictions being lifted.
Take a page from native gardeners for optimum success with corn, beans and squash.
All but one day last month hit 100 degrees or higher.
Spring is over, but some palo verde trees are blooming into summer.
Lightning strikes a hillside on the west side of Tucson, Ariz., on June 29, 2006.
The monsoon — Tucson’s summer rainy season — begins Sunday, and here’s a splash of good news for our drought-stricken area: Weather experts say we could see more rain than normal.
Saguaros are “blooming like gangbusters” this spring — producing far more of their brilliant white blooms than in recent years, plant experts say.
The drought-stricken main pond at Agua Caliente Park — briefly bolstered by early summer rains — has withered again in the wake of a fizzled monsoon followed by a rainless autumn.
Rainfall totals in Tucson were 61.5 percent of normal.
This year’s monsoon has been less than a wet-and-wild wonder, and forecasters say it might be on the verge of fizzling out altogether.
A thunderstorm swept through the Tucson area Tuesday afternoon dropping up to 2 inches of rain on the city's southwest side and on Mount Lemmon.
Storm damage to a south-side elementary school cost TUSD nearly $200,000 to repair.
I'm feelin' blue. While the corpulent white clouds form and collect nearly every afternoon, this summer's rains haven't given us much to cheer about. Even the little rain that has managed to make its way into our water-starved valley has left me unimpressed.
Try though he did to stay dry, this cyclist couldn't protect himself from Friday's rain on North Stone Avenue at Speedway. Still, it was little compared with Douglas, which had its wettest month in history with 10.23 inches.
It was a productive July for monsoon rains in Southern Arizona, particularly atop our mountains and along our southern border.
Friday's midafternoon storm wreaked havoc on Tucson's south and west sides while dropping more than 2 inches of rain in Marana.