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With July 2019 the warmest year on record, what's the impact on Arizona?

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With July 2019 the warmest year on record, what's the impact on Arizona?

With July 2019 the warmest year on record, what's the impact on Arizona?

State Climatologist Dr. Nancy Selover says the warming planet has shifted the jet stream north, diverting moisture away from our state.

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