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Tucson weather: Chance of thunderstorms

Tucson weather: Chance of thunderstorms

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Monsoon 2017

Low hanging clouds obscure a good portion of the Rincon Moutains as a light rain falls in the Tucson area on July 11, 2017. Isolated thunderstorms may be likely today with a 30 percent chance of scattered storms this evening, according to the National Weather Service.

Tucson saw another glimpse of monsoon season last night.

The National Weather Service issued a dust advisory, flood advisory, and a significant weather advisory for areas in Pima County last night. 

The advisories were put in place to warn of half-inch sized hail, winds up to 50 miles per hour, and heavy rainfall.

Storms are possible again today, though not as heavy as yesterday's. The weather service predicts better chances later in the week.

High: 101

Low: 78

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