General weather and gardening in Oracle AZ, at the northern tip of the Santa Catalina mountain range, north of Tucson.
By: strid3r , 11:13 PM GMT on March 02, 2014
After the February 1st rain, the remainder of last month had stayed warm and dry with no further rains. But a cold front that arrived to the region this weekend was able to break the dry spell and dump badly need rain to most parts, with a little rumble of thunder for entertainment.
Just after midnight on March 1st the cold front came through and Oracle received 0.48" of off-and-on rain, which continued into the next morning of March 2nd with an additional 0.34" of rain, totaling a reasonable 0.82" for this storm.
Also this past week, our lilac bush has started growing its leaves for this year. I am sure that bush and all the plants and trees around are grateful for the new moisture.
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N Timberline Road
|Dew Point:||34.0 °F|
|Wind:||8.0 mph from the WNW|
|Wind Gust:||12.0 mph|
Updated: 12:45 PM MST on March 28, 2017