Jul 212011
 

As I watched the radar animation for the Southwest this morning, I was surprised to see a large cluster of thunderstorms near Tucson moving south. This is not anything like normal monsoonal activity. The answer is Hurricane Dora. She is sucking in everything around her this morning. Hurricanes effect not only the local weather in the storm, but the weather for a 1000 miles away. Dora is going to help clear us out for a couple days, then provide moisture back this weekend.

Water vapor satellite image showing Hurrican Dora on the right side. National Weather Service

Water vapor satellite image showing Hurrican Dora on the right side. National Weather Service

Stu

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