Increased Risk of Thunderstorms for Southeast and Eastern Arizona from Norma’s Remnants For October 24th


Arizona Weather Force has issued a Special Weather Statement effective for Eastern Arizona starting October 23rd, and for the Southeastern Arizona zones for Tuesday, October 24th.

Hurricane Norma has weakened to a tropical storm but will be a depression across Northern Mexico this week.  Moisture streaming northward into the statement area will start with isolated activity for extreme Eastern Arizona by tomorrow (Monday).  The increase in upper-level dynamics will maximize on Tuesday, as far west as the Tucson Metro zones, but impacting all of Cochise County as well.

This event will not go to the Phoenix forecast zones and will remain south and east of that metro.

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