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Snow on Mount Lemmon, rain for Tucson

Snow on Mount Lemmon, rain for Tucson

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Rain fell across Tucson Sunday evening as scattered showers made their way through Southern Arizona.

According to the National Weather Service, a line of scattered showers pushed northeast through Cochise, Pinal and eastern Pima counties Sunday night bringing more rain.

The Tucson International Airport reported record-breaking rainfall with .27 inches. This breaks the old record of .16 inches set in 1968.

Snow and ice was reported on Mount Lemmon. Catalina Highway is still open and the Pima County Sheriff's Department recommends four-wheel drive or tire chains for vehicles traveling in the area.  

 Today's high reached 70 degrees.

Monday will have partly cloudy skies, a 10 percent chance of rain and highs in the 70s.

More than 1,500 Tucson Electric Power customers were left without electricity on east side of town late Sunday afternoon.

Outage map included homes near Speedway Blvd., between Harrison and Tanque Verde Loop roads, and reaching as far as Broadway Blvd.

Crews were dispatched and restored power back to the area around 5:15 p.m. 

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