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State Dry Spell To End
Arizona’s two-month dry spell is about to end. Meteorologist Ken Waters said a slow-moving storm front from the West Coast will be moving into Arizona on Friday afternoon.
“It’s gonna straddle over a couple of days, so, looking for the rainfall to start Friday afternoon and might even linger on into Sunday morning or Sunday afternoon," said Waters.
Waters said the rain will be accompanied by gusty winds that might bring blowing dust and that we could even see some lightning with the storm.