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MONSOON! ~ What is it? ~ How Does It Affect You, Sedona and Arizona
Monsoon!An Arizona Summer PhenomenonBell Rock Sedona - Thunderhead Increasing
Information on Monsoon - Sedona, AZ - First of all, there is no need to add season at the end of Monsoon because Monsoon is a season. Monsoon affects the west and southwest states because the pattern of the weather changes as noted below.
How Long Is The Monsoon In Arizona?Monsoon officially starts on June 15th and ends on September 30th. However most of the rain comes from the middle of July through the middle of August. This is one of the reasons that the Temps in Sedona are a less harsh during July and August. The average rainfall in the state of Arizona is around 12.5 inches. The Sedona area gets more than the average rainfall. We have had as much as 26 inches (2016) and as low as 13.66 inches (2014). See the actual precipitation chart on Sedona-Weather.com.
What Creates Monsoon Conditions?Weather enthusiasts and forecasters look to the dew point to tell if monsoon conditions exist. The dew point must be about 55º for thunderheads to start development. The dew point indicates how much moisture is in the air. At this point, the air cannot hold water in gas form and the gas ... more
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