The 2020 monsoon set records for being dry and warm, with most of the state receiving near or less than 30% of the average seasonal rainfall.
The Arizona monsoon season officially begins on June 15 and the city of Tempe is helping residents prepare. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen has the details.
The combination of heat and dryness has led to more evaporation and crispy vegetation. Red flag warnings were in effect around the Southwest.
As of Aug. 25, 82% of Arizona is experiencing drought conditions.
On the night of August 20, another monsoon storm brought rain and wind to the Valley and other parts of the state, sparking a 4,400-acre wildfire in the Superstition Wilderness.
Monsoon season usually eases the fires burning in Arizona, but this season, fire officials say it's making fires worse.
A Mesa family is now left with a tree on top of their home after a monsoon swept through the Valley Monday, Aug. 17.
A monsoon storm has battered parts of the Valley and left some homes in the dark.
Dust storms, monsoons and record-breaking high temps plagued the Valley Sunday, Aug. 16.
A monsoon storm is bringing rain to parts of the Phoenix metro area.
The Coconino and Kaibab national forests plan to re-implement fire restrictions due to a lack of rain during the current monsoon.
Restrictions will be lifted by July 31 on state lands in Apache, Coconino, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, Navajo, Pima, Pinal and Santa Cruz counties.
Close to 1,000 homes and businesses lying along a number of washes could be flooded during a 100-year storm.
Rain returned to the Valley thanks to a monsoon storm on the afternoon of July 24.
A storm on July 23 brought rain to a number of areas in the Northeast Valley and the West Valley.
With rain and stormy weather on July 23, Arizona is officially in monsoon season, and fire officials say that can mean dangerous conditions for many Arizona residents.
We're expecting monsoon storms to return to the Valley this week and every year we see huge trees knocked down by powerful winds. FOX 10's Ty Brennan meets with Quality Scapes to show how to prepare trees for storms.
The new product will provide advance notice of damaging wind gusts, large hail and tornadoes that pose a threat to life and property.
FOX 10 spoke to a Tempe virologist about how the summer weather might affect the spread of coronavirus.
The Coconino and Kaibab national forests will implement restrictions June 13 that include the campfire ban but also limit where visitors can smoke and the use of internal combustion power tools like chainsaws. The move is in line with what’s already in place across much of Arizona.