La Niña a factor in Arizona’s warm fall weather

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Arizona is experiencing the warmest autumn on record, an occurrence climatologists believe is partially due to the patterns in tropical storms.

Randy Cerveny, a climatologist for Arizona State University, says Arizona’s hot, dry fall is a result of the movements of La Niña, and the state is seeing a drop in rain and mountain snow as a result of the storm.

Randy Cerveny: Climatologist, Arizona State University

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