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Tucson weather: High temperatures, no rain expected

Tucson weather: High temperatures, no rain expected

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Hot Tucson

Mike Livermore lowers his two-year-old grandson Michael Baker for a brief cooling-off in the stream near the Reid Park pond on July 5 2018, in Tucson, Ariz. Record-breaking hot weather finally subsided with the arrival of monsoon storms.

Tucson will more than likely experience another day of high temperatures and no thunderstorms today. 

However, there is a slight chance of storms tonight south of Tucson. 

Storm chances in Tucson are expected to increase this weekend. Fingers crossed that we get some rain!

And just a fun fact: The National Weather Service reports that today's low temperature was recorded at 73 degrees. On Aug. 29, 1917, the low was 58 degrees — which was the last time a 50-degree temperature was recorded in August. 

High: 102

Low: 77

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