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Amber Sullins is Chief Meteorologist at ABC15.
A break from the scolding summer sun is always welcome here in the Valley. But when the temperatures dip and the precipitation rises, it’s not all cool and comfortable.
The “mild” temperatures of July — during what weather officials have described as a more active monsoon compared to the last two years — might sound similar to the old Alka-Seltzer commercial: “Oh, what a relief it is.”
During coverage of the massive dust storms that have recently hit the Valley, you might have picked up on a new word -- haboob.
High clouds are still streaming into our state today as remnant moisture from what was once Hurricane Paul flows in. It's not much, but it has brought enough high clouds to give us some gorgeous sunsets lately.
Blowing dust moved into the southeast Valley near Sun Lakes and Chandler around 4:30 Friday afternoon.
Tuesday has been another chilly day in the Valley of the Sun.
The freezing temperatures around our state will be around until at least Wednesday before a gradual warm-up.
It's another sunny and gorgeous day around Arizona with temperatures a couple of degrees cooler than yesterday.
PHOENIX - Another round of showers and thunderstorms hit parts of the Valley this afternoon dumping around a quarter of an inch of rain over parts of Phoenix and North Scottsdale.
A Pacific storm rolling in will bring high winds, chances for rain and mountain snow, and a major drop in temperatures!
As a Valley native, I remember growing up and wishing for the cooler temperatures that come with changing fall leaves. You know, the kind of weather where you need to drink hot chocolate to stay warm!
Moisture is moving and dark clouds have even kicked out a few sprinkles in some Valley spots already.