Monsoon 2014 taking another break, but it's not done for the season...just yet!
Much drier air has moved in across Arizona, effectively shutting off any rain prospects for most of the state as we head into the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Daytime highs will also climb back to above normal territory, putting Phoenix between 105°-108° through Monday.
The break in stormy weather coincides nicely with the start of the Coconino County Fair, which runs Friday-Monday just outside of Flagstaff.
Our drought situation remains serious, but has eased with the recent monsoon rainfall. According to numbers from the National Weather Service, 57% of Arizona is in a severe drought or worse. That number was at 76% just 3 months ago!
Chief Meteorologist Chris Dunn
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Normal for the End of August
Happy Labor Day!