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Wet, windy weather ahead as Arizona's monsoon season enters final month

By Lauren Gilger, Steve Goldstein
Published: Monday, August 8, 2022 - 12:14pm
Updated: Tuesday, August 9, 2022 - 6:58am

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Randall Cerveny is a professor of geographical sciences at Arizona State University.

More monsoon activity hit the Valley on Aug. 7 with some rain and reported wind gusts of nearly 70 mph.

As usual, the impact of storms has varied from night to night and from neighborhood to neighborhood, but we’ve seen a lot of activity over the past month or so.

The official monsoon season wraps up at the end of September. So what should our expectations be for the next seven weeks?

To learn about what's to come, The Show spoke with meteorologist and Arizona State University professor Randy Cerveny, author of "Weather’s Greatest Mysteries Solved!"

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