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Short and Simple Outlook For The Remnant Moisture Of Hurricane NORA Into Arizona This Next Week

Short and Simple Outlook For The Remnant Moisture Of Hurricane NORA Into Arizona This Next Week

No novel write-up at this time, the graphic will stand the test of time …

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Severe Weather Alerts Issued For Arizona for August 28, 2021; New Storm Coverage Model Introduced; Southern Half of Pinal County to All of Pima Expect Damage

Severe Weather Alerts Issued For Arizona for August 28, 2021; New Storm Coverage Model Introduced; Southern Half of Pinal County to All of Pima Expect Damage

Boy oh boy where do I begin with this.  New CPU power has allowed me to finish the storm coverage model.  You can be shaded in a severe thunderstorm watch, yet it would be nice to know the storm coverage expected.  Whether you are hit and miss, scattered, or even complete coverage, the new Arizona Weather Force model will attempt […]

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Severe Weather Statement Issued Ahead Of Mogollon Rim Storms To Low Desert Metros For Saturday August 28th, 2021; Zoom-In Images Inside

Severe Weather Statement Issued Ahead Of Mogollon Rim Storms To Low Desert Metros For Saturday August 28th, 2021; Zoom-In Images Inside

Arizona Weather Force has issued a large scale Severe Weather Statement that spans from Yavapai, east along the entire Mogollon Rim and south through the Phoenix, Pinal County, and Tucson metro areas as AZWF models predict a favorable atmosphere for severe thunderstorms capable of damaging winds and moderate risk hail. A ridge of high pressure directly over Phoenix today is […]

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WARNING:  Statewide Flash Flood Watch Issued Out Ahead Of Hurricane Nora As She Eyes a 1997 Repeat Assault On The State; Flood Risk Maps Have Elevated

WARNING: Statewide Flash Flood Watch Issued Out Ahead Of Hurricane Nora As She Eyes a 1997 Repeat Assault On The State; Flood Risk Maps Have Elevated

Tropical Storm Nora is set to become a hurricane by tomorrow (Saturday) and is steaming northwest toward the Cabo San Lucus areas.  If that was my jurisdiction they would be issued a Hurricane Watch right now, pending a warning on Saturday as Nora is expected to hit very near or directly on the Southern Baja Peninsula later Sunday into Monday […]

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Favorable Tropical Pattern To Restart Monsoon Conditions Across Arizona; Increasing Coverage Starting Today and Going Through The Next Week; Details

Favorable Tropical Pattern To Restart Monsoon Conditions Across Arizona; Increasing Coverage Starting Today and Going Through The Next Week; Details

Not long ago I put a forecast out where we would not be relying on the monsoon ridge as much for the system to restart itself, but rather favorable patterns for tropical storms and hurricanes south of the area, being drawn northward with the Meteorological Fall pattern with low pressure systems off the California coast.  This looks to be increasing […]

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Monsoon Flow Taking A Break Over The Next Week; But Gulf Of Mexico Flow Threatens To Reactivate The Pattern End Month Into Early September

Monsoon Flow Taking A Break Over The Next Week; But Gulf Of Mexico Flow Threatens To Reactivate The Pattern End Month Into Early September

The monsoon flow has diminished to nothing across Arizona and we have a very nice weekend ahead.  As for the next 7 days, after around August 21st or 22nd, the flow will slightly return for Southeast and Eastern parts of the state.  This type of pattern will be similar to what most of Summer 2020 was like, where extreme Southeast […]

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AZWF Flash Flood Watch Issued This Afternoon Through Wednesday From North-Central Arizona Through Southern Arizona With Phoenix and Tucson Included

AZWF Flash Flood Watch Issued This Afternoon Through Wednesday From North-Central Arizona Through Southern Arizona With Phoenix and Tucson Included

You are not done with the weather, Arizona.  We are going to play a little shift in the wind from a Summer flow to a ‘Fall’ pattern starting today.  Arizona Weather Force has issued a Flash Flood Watch effective this afternoon through Wednesday early night with the approaching Pacific Ocean storm that will change the monsoon flow and bring more […]

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AZWF Tornado Watch Issued For Portions of Maricopa and Pinal Counties Through Tonight; Enhanced Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued From North Central to Southern Arizona In Major Severe Weather Outbreak Rivaling All Within The Last 50 Years

AZWF Tornado Watch Issued For Portions of Maricopa and Pinal Counties Through Tonight; Enhanced Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued From North Central to Southern Arizona In Major Severe Weather Outbreak Rivaling All Within The Last 50 Years

Arizona Weather Force has issued a Tornado Watch extending from the Northern half of Pinal County, northwestward to the Central and Eastern parts of Maricopa County, which includes the Phoenix Metro and Valley locations, effective this evening through tonight out ahead of an unprecedented weather pattern that will bring a major severe weather outbreak to the state, rivaling the Friday […]

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Upgraded To Enhanced Severe Weather Statement:  Major Life-Threatening Severe Weather Outbreak Still Expected For Northern Central to Southern Arizona With The Rim, Phoenix and Tucson, and Low Desert Areas Affected

Upgraded To Enhanced Severe Weather Statement: Major Life-Threatening Severe Weather Outbreak Still Expected For Northern Central to Southern Arizona With The Rim, Phoenix and Tucson, and Low Desert Areas Affected

Arizona Weather Force has issued an Enhanced Severe Weather Statement, which is a higher alert in the alert system, which means that the highest alert, an Enhanced Severe Thunderstorm Watch is pending for release between 10 am and 11 am on Monday out ahead of a life-threatening severe weather outbreak from North-Central to Southern Arizona, in-which some of the numbers […]

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Life-Threatening Severe Weather Threat Aims To Strike Arizona On Monday; AZWF Models Are Maxed Out For Damaging Winds, Large Hail, and Deadly Flooding Concerns

Life-Threatening Severe Weather Threat Aims To Strike Arizona On Monday; AZWF Models Are Maxed Out For Damaging Winds, Large Hail, and Deadly Flooding Concerns

You know what to do Arizona.  Just as you trusted me with the August 13th storm event, so shall I trust you.  Get this out far and wide, and maybe life will be saved.  A ridge of high pressure and an inverted trough in New Mexico will work together to bring about a powerful and widespread severe weather event for […]

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