A herky jerky summer rain pattern has left the Grand Canyon thirsty for more. Since settling in on the region back in July, the seasonal monsoon has soaked areas to the south including the San Francisco Peaks and Verde Valley. The much needed moisture in Grand Canyon National Park has been less forthcoming.
With just a few weeks remaining before the drier autumn months begin, a good winter snowpack is Mother Nature’s next best chance to curtail the effects of the decades-old drought. Follow this link for wildfire updates: Fire Management, Information and Activity