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Monsoon rainfall totals are lacking around town

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - We all know rainfall totals for the monsoon are hit or miss around southern Arizona and this year there is no exception to that. Some areas have had a great monsoon and other spots have been mediocre at best.

Southern towns have had nice rainfall totals thus far, while areas around the metro are hoping for nice rains before the monsoon ends on September 30th. The last we have had beneficial rains were at the end of August, but the monsoon is not giving up yet. It looks like one last push is on the way starting this weekend and that could last into next week.

Here are rainfall totals so far this year, and remember most of these totals are going to rise by next week.


Tucson
3.32"
Sierra Vista
10.26"
Willcox
7.18"
Douglas
8.79"
Bisbee
9.14"
Safford
4.35"
Ajo
3.53"
Nogales
10.55"
Moore/La Cholla
6.42"       
Oro Valley
3.27"
Catalina
4.57"
Oracle
4.13"
Saddlebrook
5.91"
Mount Lemmon
12.68"
CDO/Ina
4.29"
Swan/Sunrise
4.96"
Downtown
3.70"
Santa Cruz/Valencia
2.87"
Beverly/Hawthrone
3.19"
Irvington/Belvedere
4.76"
Sabino Canyon Dam
2.87"
Agua Caliente Park
4.41"
Redington Pass
7.72"
Manning Camp (Rin Cons)
9.80"
Houghton/Pantano Wash
4.33"
Vail
3.66"
Sahuarita
3.78"
Green Valley
6.57"
Keystone Peak
10.51"
Madera Canyon
7.28"

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