A little bit breezy today as the system that missed us to the north moves out of Arizona and increases the severe weather possibilities for Texas and the Plains. We start a warming trend tomorrow that will have us over 100 in no time. Here’s Mike with more.
A system missing us to the north will increase our winds and decrease our temperatures today and tomorrow. Then it’s a warming trend through the weekend with our first 100 degree day likely either Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Here’s Mike with more.
Persistent low pressure of the coast is keeping us breezy and as that low moves our way we can expect more wind and cooler temperatures. Here’s Mike with more:
Partial Eclipse of the Sun this evening! Not a cloud in the sky here. My son lives in Albuquerque and it’s his birthday, he should be enjoying the full affect of the Annular Eclipse! So happy for him. The forecast is here too:
Tucson’s Weather remains consistent. Meanwhile large hail near Lubbock, Texas knocked out windshields and high winds knocking down some power poles. Mike has more on that and more:
This is the first Coffee and a Forecast attempt with the new Mac Mini setup. Audio is a bit choppy and the camera needs a new angle, but the forecast is cooler and that is a good thing! Here’s Mike:
The warming trend continues after another cold start this morning. Also, the rest of Tucson has had about twice the rainfall as the Tucson International Airport. Still below normal though. Here’s Mike: