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The NWS service in Flagstaff has put together a presentation regarding El Niño and it's potential impacts on Arizona. Odds favor a wet Fall and Winter for Arizona.  All six previous strong El Niño winters have been in the wettest third in historical records. 

The action is about to commence as the first strong winter type storm is due in the first week of November. Stay tuned!

      The 2015 Monsoon season was widely variable across the State. Notice on the Percent of Rainfall map, the white areas received average rainfall, the green areas across the Mogollon Rim and White Mountains received above average rain, and much of western AZ and the southern desert locations, below average rainfall.  While not nearly the very wet seasons of the past couple summers, plenty of healthy rain was received.

NOAA's Climate Prediction Center released it's monthly discussion on the most recent status of the building El Niño. What makes this news is that this is officially now a "strong event."

Northern AZ Radar

Jul 1, 2014