Motorists rescued after about two hours. Power is knocked out to 1,300.
Look for high of 107 Thursday, 106 Friday and Saturday, 104 Sunday.
Some areas top 1 inch from today's storms.
An unusual combination of rainbow and light ray lit the skies over Tucson yesterday evening as the storms began to roll in.
Light mid-day showers possible in parts of town.
Uprooted trees and scattered debris kept some businesses extra busy yesterday.
It was a wet and wild Saturday afternoon in the Old Pueblo with monsoon rains, falling power poles and swift-water rescues.
This summer's monsoon seemed like a return to the good old days, even though rain totals were simply average throughout most of the Tucson region.
Tucson International Airport, the city's official recording site, picked up its first measurable September 2012 rainfall Monday — 0.27 inches.
Here are some updated rain totals. Tucson International Airport, the city's official recording site, picked up 0.74" of precipitation between Tuesday and 11:30 p.m. Wednesday. A Pima County Regional Flood Control District gauge on Catalina Highway recorded 2.36" of rain — the highest total f…
An impressive cloud formation moved into Tucson from Cochise County around 7 p.m. last night, and was shortly followed by a storm that left impressive rain totals.
There were several impressive rain totals around the Tucson metro area last night.
It might look like a lost piece of art by Jackson Pollock, but this colorful map actually shows data. Specifically, it shows the location of every lightning strike from July 2012.
Last night's storm brought widespread precipitation to the Tucson metro area.