LOS ANGELES — Ornithologist Henry Streby was happy enough that a song bird weighing less than two nickels managed to carry a tiny electronic sensor from Tennessee to Colombia and back.
Area gets steady dousing.
Powerful storm heading our way Saturday morning promises menacing rain.
Look for high temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s.
In housing markets such as Phoenix, winter is warmer for real estate than you might think.
Some updates on the rain that has been falling in the Tucson area since about 3 a.m.
The last measurable rain in Tucson was on Oct. 19.
Unless December turns frigid, Tucson is headed for its warmest year on record.
Monday could bring first taste of 40s in more than six months.
Weather system from Mexico knocks out power to some north-side customers.
Erstwhile hurricane produced well-behaved storms that soaked without flooding badly.
Some areas saw twice their rainfall average. Phoenix might be the biggest story.
The heat returns this weekend.
Sunday's high temperature will be in the 80's.
It is a myth that Tucson does not have four seasons. Fall in the Tucson area does include foliage, like these delicate leaves on nearby Mount Lemmon.
A handful of roads across Pima County were closed this morning because of flooding.
By Thursday, much of the water had receded from the major roads.
Mike Leuthold of the University of Arizona's Atmospheric Sciences Department concluded early Wednesday that Odile's moisture would miss Tucson.
There is still an expectation of thunderstorms in the area, which can include heavy rain.
You think you've got concerns about the rains forecast for today and tomorrow?