Much of northern Arizona has experienced an above average monsoon
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Northern Arizona experienced a break in the monsoon season this week.
Rainfall totals for northern Arizona are generally equal or above totals observed during the 2021 monsoon season, according to the National Weather Service.
For the monsoon rainfall period June 15-Aug. 27, Williams recorded 8.16 inches or rain. In 2021, Williams recorded 11.87 inches rain, according to data collected by the NWS.
Flagstaff has recorded 9.27 inches of rain for the 2022 monsoon. Flagstaff recorded 9.57 inches over the same period in 2021.
Grand Canyon Airport received 8.37 inches of rain in this monsoon season, and 3.72 inches in 2021.
Prescott has received 6.65 inches of rain in 2022, and 5.43 inches in 2021.
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