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Wall Of Dust Covers Valley At Rush Hour
A huge dust storm rolled across the Arizona Valley Tuesday afternoon, as thunderstorms popped up throughout the state driving high winds out in front of them.
The early evening dust storm rivaled anything a monsoon could kick up, even though a National Weather Service forecaster said it is far too early for the monsoon season to arrive.
The strange early June weather picked up early this afternoon with thunder, lightning and rain. Severe weather alerts were posted throughout the state, an unusual occurrence in a month known more for searing heat than cooling rain.
Originally posted by niteboy82
I know better than to pray for rain, but even some trees are wilting during the day here, which I have never seen before.
Originally posted by zenlover28
Please take some of Kentucky's rain! We're getting drenched over here! And it has been cool off and on and just icky outside for months now.
Edited to add: So, sorry this was supposed to have went in the Weird Weather thread. Dunno what on earth happened!
[edit on 9-6-2006 by zenlover28]
Yes, we flipflopped. Its been cold on the Cape and dreary and i miss Arizona right now. I liked being zizzled in the heat- once at 118
Originally posted by ADHDsux4me
Hey DGtempe, it seems you and I did an opposite move flip flop. I lived in MA, and Moved to the Southwest, and you Lived in The Southwest and Moved to MA.
Originally posted by Ptolomeo
Thanks for the info, Loam.