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Enjoy These Weather Photos Click on picture for full Size View!

Fire Rages Above Desert Mountain         Cave Creek Complex Pyro Cumulus Plume

Cave Creek Complex Fire Above Continental Mtn         Cave Creek Complex Fire Helicopter Nears Basecamp

The Fire Rages Above Base Camp         The Fire Rages Above Base Camp

 Cave Creek Fire Pyro Plume above Carefree          Cave Creek Fire Pyro Plume above Carefree

Cave Creek Complex Fire Above Spur Cross         Fire & Sun: Sunset and Cave Creek Fire at Spur Cross

Thunder Heads develop over the open Desert         A rain shaft descends from a Thunderstorm over the open Desert

Snowfall in Tucson Jan 2007         Catalina Mountains covered in snow to the valley floor in Tucson Jan 2007


Current Photos on Display are of the Cave Creek Complex Fire in June 2005, with the exception of the bottom four Photograghs Which are of Summer Monsoon Thunder Storms. And the rare Snow Fall event of Jan 2007

All Photos are 2005- 2015 by J. Summers & The Pepper Ridge North Valley Weather Station
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SEVERE WEATHER
Most of the severe weather is seen in the Phoenix Metro area, occurs durning the Monsoon, usually associated with our summer Thunderstorms, and damage is usually caused by micro bursts--not tornadoes. A "micro burst" is a small area of rapidly descending air beneath a thunderstorm. When the descending air hits the ground, it quickly spreads out in all directions, causing very strong, straight-line winds. These winds are commonly as strong as 40-60 mph but can exceed 100 mph at times. Micro bursts occur over a rather small space-scale, typically the area affected is less than 2.5 miles in diameter.::

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