Sunny and warm today in the Valley with a high near 99°F.
Under a plan announced Monday, the U.S. Departments of Labor and of Health and Human Services as well as other federal agencies are launching actions intended to reduce heat-related illness and protect public health.
Mostly sunny skies today in the Valley with a high near 99°F.
Monday is expected to have a high of 100°F.
Temperatures will warm up, then drop back down by the end of the week.
The Arizona Game and Fish Dept. says two species of bats are making pit stops in the state during their migration to Mexico.
Monsoon weather made its way across the Phoenix area on Sept. 18, as the National Weather Service issued multiple weather warnings for portions of the Valley.
When could we expect to see double-digit temperatures in the Valley next week?
The 90s could be making a return to the Valley!
A preliminary 4.3-magnitude earthquake was reported in the Carson area Friday night.
Is there a chance for rain this weekend in the Valley?
Warm and sunny in the Valley with a high near 101°F.
A UPS driver was captured on video in Texas putting packages in plastic bags to protect them from Nicholas’ heavy rain in the area.
The colossal General Sherman Tree in Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest, some other sequoias, the Giant Forest Museum and other buildings were wrapped for protection against the possibility of intense flames.
Sunny skies with a high near 101° today in the Valley.
Could we see double digit temperatures in the coming days?
Temperatures in the 90s this Saturday? It could happen!
Sunny skies today in the Valley with a high near 105°F.
Nicholas became a post-tropical cyclone on Thursday, hovering over the central Gulf Coast and bringing the threat of heavy rain and flooding.
A jellyfish was spotted swimming on Sept. 14 in a flooded yard on Galveston Island in Texas after Nicholas made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane.