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Because it's on its way.

  • Samantha Munsey and Alicia Vega Arizona Daily Star
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Our favorite season is upon us.

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We'll have clouds for next few days, but not satisfying rainstorms.

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Lightning, flash floods and toppled power lines are just part of the price we pay for keeping wildfires at bay.

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

Storms bring hail and heavy rain west of the city.

Going to be a wet one during Red Rocker's show with The Circle. 

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And maybe a little early June rain beginning today.

Residents of some rural southeast Texas counties braced for more flooding along a river that is expected to crest at a record level just two y…

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Wet start to month could help make up for rainless days earlier in year.

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Water has returned to the long-dry spring at Agua Caliente Park.

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Warm, dry February is not what we expected.

  • Arizona Daily Star

It will be a cool day with highs in the mid to upper 50s.

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The forecast called for a wet winter ahead for Arizona.

Rushing water at Romero Pools in Catalina State Park thanks to rain earlier this week. Johanna Willett / Arizona Daily Star 2015

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2015 an inch past average with two potentially wet months to come.

  • By Samantha Munsey Arizona Daily Star

Photos by Bernardo Jimenez and Dylan Martin were the top picks in the Star's monsoon photo contest.

  • Dylan Martin

Dylan Martin, an optical engineer and owner of Dylan Martin Photography, took this photo after numerous trips to the top of Sentinel Peak duri…

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Southern Arizona doubles its rain totals in years of strong El Niño.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Warning in effect until 4:30 p.m.

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In "weird year," monsoon totals are slightly above average.