All but one day last month hit 100 degrees or higher.
Tucson set a record high for the date on Monday when the temperature reached 108 degrees.
And so it begins. Get accustomed to the heat
If it didn’t feel like winter to you this year, that’s no surprise.
Saturday will be a bit warmer, but more rain and chilly temps are possible this weekend.
Tucson hit 100 degrees at 2:39 p.m. Tuesday — tying the streak of 39 days of 100 degrees or higher, says the National Weather Service.
It shouldn’t come as a shock, but last month was the hottest June on record in Tucson.
Tucson hit 106 degrees today, extending to 27 days — or all of June — that the mercury has sizzled to triple digits.
Tucson is poised to sizzle its way to an all-time heat record: a month in which every single day tops out at 100 degrees or higher.
Tucson is blazing its way toward a possible all-time heat record for June.
Welcome to the first day of Tucson's monsoon. It'll probably be hotter today than it was Friday. But the National Weather Service says there is a teeny, tiny chance of rain.
Carlos Garcia says he intended to start doing yard work at 9 a.m. Friday to try and beat the heat, but didn't get started until 11 - and by then, well, we all know how he suffered. He was doing a favor for an elderly woman who lives near Second Avenue and Delano Street.
Tucson hit a record high Thursday, the second day in a row.
Tucson finished 2012 by tying the mark for its warmest year on record.
Tucson's warmer-than-usual December means runners in Sunday's Tucson Marathon will need to get to the starting line a little earlier.
Here are a few conclusions from the National Weather Service, Tucson Weather Forecast Office about the eighth month's weather observations.
It's hot outside. But really, how hot is it? Let's quantify the heat.
Anyone outside this afternoon probably already knows this: Tucson broke the record for high temperature.