Early in the week, the average high temperature will be in the 70s.
Today's high was 63 degrees and the low this morning was 54 degrees at Tucson International Airport.
Today's high was 66 degrees and the low was 43 degrees at Tucson International Airport.
Today's high was 60 degrees and the low was 40 degrees at Tucson International Airport.
Today's high was 74 degrees and the low was 51 degrees at Tucson International Airport. There is a chance of showers this evening.
Today's high was 83 degrees and the low was 52 degrees at Tucson International Airport.
Today's high was 82 degrees and the low was 54 degrees at Tucson International Airport.
Westbound Interstate 10 is now open about 15 miles east of Tucson at milepost 285.
Tucson hit 100 degrees Tuesday - tying the city's record for a streak of 39 days of 100 degrees or higher.
Cousins Darnell Fountain, 5, and Jeremy Robinson, 13, cooled off Friday at Quincie Douglas pool, 1563 E. 36th St.
Kids and adults alike enjoyed the second day of city pool season Friday atop the water slide at the Quincie Douglas pool.
Tucson managed to make it to June without a 100-degree day, even while recording the 10th-warmest May on record.
Week-by-week visualization of Arizona drought conditions, courtesy of U.S. Drought Monitor.
According to data from the National Weather Service, Tucson Weather Forecast Office, Tucson International Airport — the city's official recording site — picked up 0.12 inches of rain overnight. Here are some other area rainfall totals.
A storm system created up to 60 mph winds and blowing dust Monday that caused multiple-vehicle crashes on I-10 near Picacho, authorities said.
An officer with the Arizona Department of Public Safety wears a mask to protect himself from dust stirred by high winds as he investigates a chain-reaction crash on Interstate 10 near Picacho. No one was seriously hurt in several accidents in the area on Monday.
Don't expect a mass of color, but Mexican gold poppies are popping up along the Yetman Trail.
The Sonoran Desert is a land of stark contrasts - brought home in vivid color this week. Some of the first Mexican gold poppies of the coming spring season burst into bloom along the David Yetman Trail west of Tucson - just a week after the city was cloaked with a winter snowfall.