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Moth-wing light fixtures? Thunderhead wallpaper? If you’re an armchair naturalist, you’ll love one of this year’s big home decor trends.
Thousands of SRP and APS customers were left without power after a massive monsoon storm pummeled the Valley Monday.
As many drivers finalize Independence Day travel plans, the Arizona Department of Transportation will hold off on construction-related closures over the extended holiday weekend.
With the monsoon season officially beginning tomorrow, June 15, Arizonans should be aware of the possible dangers the monsoon can bring both on the road and at home. Thunderstorms, flash floods, heavy rain
A blustery, wet day culminated in a hail storm in Ahwatukee Foothills Friday afternoon.
‘Weather or Not: Art With Atmosphere’ - Weather may not be one of Arizona’s top concerns, but it’s still pretty amazing. Thanks to the new exhibit at Arizona Museum for Youth — which includes artistic representations of wind, rain, sleet, snow, tornado, hurricane, fog and sun, and a hands-on tornado-making activity — your kids can learn all about meteorology and climatology in an interactive environment.
The part of Arizona where most of the Valley’s water comes from recorded one of the driest winters on record, making it the second parched winter in a row.
For many desert dwellers, a road "winter wonderland" trip is a holiday tradition. And with so many enticing destinations located just a few hours away, it's easy to see why so many trek to a play day in the snow. However, before you head for the high country, here are a few tips to those who may be out of practice when it comes to preparing for and navigating through winter road conditions.
Keep an umbrella and jacket nearby. It’s going to be a wet week with high temperatures in the 60s and lows in the 50s, according to the National Weather Service.
Mother Nature must not be a Sun Devils fan.