Might was well, since no rain will fall here through the end of September (ugh). Here it is:
But lets look at a wider set of data to see what’s going on with the whole State of Arizona precip, through 2014, anyway. The plot below is the ANNUAL statewide average, January through December, the worst possible way to display 12 mos. of precip data. This is because it slices the cool season (October through May) in half, and whole cool seasons in particular can be impacted La Niñas and El Niños that usually only last one cool season. So those kinds of effects are muted in the presentation of annual averages in the plot below (from NOAA NCDC). Sure wish they would issue water year averages (October through September) or even the West Coast, July through June annual average; both of the latter two methods capture El Niños and La Niñas well.