How to watch Phoenix’s hottest weather right now

Phoenix, AZ—(AP) Phoenix has been hit by one of the driest summers in decades, and the city has been struggling to recover from an economic recession.

The Phoenix area saw a record 7.4 inches of rain last week, the most in a month since records began in 1970.

The rain has fallen across a swath of the state and even into Arizona’s interior, with some areas having received as much as 5 inches.

Phoenix is still in the grip of a wildfire season, but the heat is a bit different.

The city’s hottest day of the year so far this year was Tuesday, when temperatures hit 87 degrees.

According to the National Weather Service, Phoenix recorded a total of 20.9 inches of rainfall last week.

The city has had over 20 inches of precipitation on multiple occasions since mid-January.

Phoenix was hit by a fire season, and it’s the second-driest year on record, behind only 2015.

“The fire season in Phoenix has been quite brutal,” Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said in a statement Tuesday.

“We have seen a record number of homes and businesses burn and many thousands of residents displaced.”

The fire seasons in Phoenix and New Mexico have been the worst in the state, and a third of Phoenix’s fire seasons are now in the red.

A number of the city’s parks have also been closed.

The number of wildfires is up across the country.

More to come on this story.