Dry streak finally ends in Phoenix with first measurable rainfall in 103 days

- Phoenix's dry spell has ended after more than 100 days with no rain. Scattered showers moved through the area, bringing rain to mostly central and western parts of the city.

According to the National Weather Service, 0.07 inches (0.18 centimeters) of rain fell on the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

Gauges in Glendale and south Phoenix recorded 0.12 inches (0.3 centimeters) of rain.

It was the first time it had rained in the Phoenix area since Aug. 23 when it received 0.06 inches (0.15 centimeters) of rain.


The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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