The record heat in Arizona remains especially throughout the city of Phoenix and most of the southern part of the state. Fortunately, there is a possibility of rain before the Labor Day on September 4.The National Weather Service announced that the record heat in Arizona remains in effect, especially throughout the city of Phoenix and most of the southern part of the state. Further reports say in the lower deserts, the record heat in Arizona is forecasted to peak at around 113 degrees Fahrenheit.
In addition, according to Graves, meteorologist Austin Jamison stated that at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, a temperature of 93 degrees was recorded last August 30, which is almost 11 degrees higher than normal. On the other hand, in some areas in the Lower Colorado River Valley in Mexico and near southeastern California, the heat index may peak at almost 120 degrees due to the increased humidity.
Despite Record Heat in Arizona
Fortunately, according to Celaya, despite the record heat in Arizona, the temperature in the state will begin to decline with a high of 109 degrees as chances of thunderstorms increase. This suggests that there may be a possibility of rain as a reprieve to the record heat in Arizona prior to Labor Day on September 4.