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  • Maricopa County parks department to lift annual fire ban

    Visitors to Maricopa County parks will be able to use campfires, fire pits and charcoal grills again starting Friday when the annual fire ban is lifted.
  • Thanks, nature! Arizona takes big step away from drought

    Thanks to recent rain, Arizona is not experiencing extreme or exceptional drought for the first time in years, the National Weather Service said.
  • Under the sun: Metro Phoenix to hit 100 days of 100-degree heat

    The Valley is expected to experience another 100-degree temperature day for the 100th time this year, according to the National Weather Service.
  • Despite uptick in showers, Phoenix seeing average monsoon season

    PHOENIX — It may feel like it has rained more this summer than in years past, but the National Weather Service said Phoenix is sitting right where it was expected to be about halfway through the monsoon season. Charlotte Dewey with the weather service said Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has received 1.5 inches of […]
  • Morning storms trigger dust storm warnings in Phoenix

    PHOENIX — Mid-morning storms triggered dust storm warnings Tuesday in Phoenix and surrounding areas. Traffic cameras showed the fast-moving dust approaching the East Valley about 9:30 a.m. with rain following behind. Behind the dust, we're seeing rain on US 60. Be alert on SR 87 abd US 60 east of the Valley. pic.twitter.com/GXjP0Ie3Z4 — Arizona […]
  • Excessive heat to smother metro Phoenix this week

    Excessive heat will replace the monsoon conditions in Phoenix for at least a couple days this week.