It's shaping up to be a day of active weather for many parts of Arizona, with a Dust Advisory issued for parts of Pinal County and a shelter in place order issued for parts of Flagstaff due to expected flash flooding.
As long as you weren’t in the path of any flooding, the rain has been great the last week. Great for farmers, municipalities and even hikers. The early start to rain has helped with fire restrictions in our state, too. In 2020, you might remember the non-soon. A lack of rain meant fire restrictions were in place through October. This year, it’s not even July yet and this year, restrictions are already being lifted.
Flagstaff is no stranger to wildfires and the floods that follow them, and it's understandably tiring for residents and business owners.
After much of Arizona saw monsoon weather this week, it's likely to continue into the weekend.
Forecasters say Arizona has a good chance of getting above-average rain through the season that runs through September. New Mexico has equal chances of above, below and normal rainfall.
The woman was walking with her two dogs on a Los Angeles-area bike path when it appeared that all three were struck by lightning and killed.
A wall of dust, which was first spotted south of Phoenix, prompted National Weather Service officials to issue a Dust Advisory for Maricopa and Pinal Counties on June 21.
Cleanup is underway at ADOT's 55 pump stations around the Valley. Clearing the drainage systems is a year-round job, but with monsoon storms on the way, it's a top priority.
A few faculty members from the University of Arizona have created a fantasy monsoon game where people make their predictions on this year's monsoon for a chance to win some prizes at the end of the season.
The monsoon season is finally here in Arizona, meaning the potential for rain is upon us. One business says there's a way to put the rainwater to use. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
The start of monsoon season is upon us in Arizona and experts say it could be a wet one as above-normal rainfall is being predicted for the southern half of the state.
On June 15, 2022's monsoon season will officially begin, and along with the heavy winds, blowing dust and rain, the state will also experience flash flooding, and first responders are getting trained on how to conduct a swiftwater rescue. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
Gila County received state and federal funding to prevent significant flooding in the future and this comes after towns like Miami saw devastating floods this past monsoon season.
The annual rainy period known simply as “the monsoon” ended Thursday with widespread precipitation across New Mexico and Arizona, including snow in higher elevations.
A meteorologist with the National Weather Service said the 2021 monsoon season has been one of the wettest seasons on record. However, drier times are also ahead for the state.
Back in August, heavy flooding devastated the small town of Gila Bend, killing two people and forcing dozens of helicopter rescues.
We've had more rain this summer than in recent years and more rain means more mosquitoes. There have already been seven West Nile deaths in Maricopa County this year, and FOX 10's Ty Brennan looks to see how county officials are monitoring and treating the mosquito problem.
The Arizona Game and Fish Dept. says two species of bats are making pit stops in the state during their migration to Mexico.
The 2021 monsoon provided nearly 80 billion gallons of inflow into the SRP utility’s reservoirs on the the Salt and Verde rivers during July and August.
Biden also ordered federal assistance to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in areas of Arizona affected by severe storms and floods waters.