Monsoon clouds tower over the forests of 9,157-foot Mount Lemmon on a summer day.  

Tucson has set a new July 9 record for rainfall, with 1.01 inches falling so far at the airport as of 5 p.m.

The previous record for the date was 0.74 inch in 1932.

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Despite the new record, the National Weather Service tweeted of today's storms: "Most areas of the metro have seen limited or no rain except for the south/southwest side," which includes Tucson International Airport.