“Boy, it’s hot.”

That’s something you’ve probably heard and may have said during Tucson’s record-shattering March, which was the warmest on record for both average and high temperatures.

Get a science-behind-the-thermometer look at Tucson’s weather during “A look at Tucson weather: What’s happened, what to expect,” a Star panel discussion at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 25, in the ballroom of the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road.

We plan to discuss some of the questions on many Tucsonans’ minds: What does this heat trend bode for the late spring and summer? What impact might it have for the fire season? What impact might be seen for the monsoon?

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The goal is to bring a deeper understanding of what’s happening with Tucson weather.

Tom Beal, the Arizona Daily Star’s science reporter, will serve as the moderator.

The discussion is free. Reserve your seat at tucson.com/weatherpanel