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Had one of those HOWING rain storms yesterday afternoon, complete with hail and high winds. It seems the storm hit and the power went out, simultaneously.
Found out later that the power lines were down across Tangerine Farms Road. Still are, as of 10:30 the next day. After about an hour of candle-lit atmosphere in our rapidly heating home, we set off for nearby Tower Theatres and a big bucket of popcorn for dinner.
Monsoon season is here in Tucson - how do you cope with the power failures, (6 comments)
The power went out again this weekend for a few hours and it's always fun to take a little walk and see how many folks come out of their homes. In the peak temperaturs of summer, I swear it's the only time you see families come outside!
It's a master-planned community, so all water runoff drains lead to these lovely greenbelts with grass, paved pathways, play areas and exercise facilities.
Kids and adults alike were running barefoot through the warm water.
After a monsoon storm, (6 comments)
monsoons: Storms, Scenery and Showings - 08/01/10 10:21 PM
Storms, Scenery and Showings Enjoyed a beautiful drive to the exteme south of Tucson on Saturday to a housing development off of Harrison and Sahuarita, nestled close to the Santa Rita Mountains. It was on the request list from my buyers re-locating from California.
Many parts of the road had washed out areas and I wondered how folks got home when the weather was long-term severe. There's really only two roads to this area from Tucson - South Houghton and Sahuarita, across from Highway 19. This is driving straight south towards the Santa Rita Mountains, south of Tucson.
I heard on TV that the National Weather service has released a statement saying that the moonsoon season begins June 15 for SE Arizona Desert dwellers. However, they are not predicting rainfall...yet. For those of you that don't know, SE Arizona's "normal" precipitation level is approximately 14.8 inches, with Tucson topping off at 12.17. In 2008, rain levels were 8.67" in Tucson, and SE Arizona - 13.30". Also, depending upon which publication you view, you're likely to read something about Arizona experiencing close to 350 days (0 comments)
Author Bio: I have been a Realtor for over 7 years, and love finding homes for new people moving to the area. I also enjoy working with first time home-buyers, because my style is very one-on-one.
If you are an investor or looking for a new home in the Tucson area, Marana, Oro Valley and Vail area, or wanting to sell your home, I'd love to help.
I have experience with REO Foreclosures and short sales, and have earned the SFR and CSSN designation and certification. I'm also a CTA so if you'd like to hear about my love of Tucson, Vail, Marana, Oro Valley and the SW Desert and WHY...I'll share!
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