Arizona Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective now for Maricopa, Pinal, Pima, Yavapai, and Gila County effective now through this evening so read on for details and see the AZWF models for coverage, hail, wind, and alert type projected …
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This has to be a quick update due to this being my birthday weekend, but thunderstorms are erupting over the watch areas and will be expected to move through the populated low-level areas in hit and miss to widely scattered fashion through this evening.
LONG RANGE: We dry out after this weekend across most if not all of the state and then return with the monsoon flow after rthe 4th, with increasing dynamics for storms through then and the second week of September.
You need to compare the AZWF models below for coverage of activity first and then the rest can follow.
Coverage Of Activity – Image is clickable
Hit and Miss
Hail Risk – Image is clickable
Wind Damage Risk – Image is clickable
Alert Type Proposed – Image is clickable
Enhanced Severe Thunderstorm Watch
Severe Thunderstorm Watch
Severe Thunderstorm Advisory (This may be merged with the watch due to confusion, they both will yield severe storms)