Arizona weather weblog: Monsoon updates for Wednesday, Aug. 17
Storm possibilities will begin to improve on Wednesday adopted by an explosion of exercise in Arizona Thursday via the weekend.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s monsoon sample is getting powered and pumped up with tropical moisture Wednesday, bringing the potential for storms for the rest of the workweek and weekend
Storm possibilities will begin to improve on Wednesday adopted by an explosion of exercise in Arizona Thursday via the weekend. Friday and Saturday have the potential to place out the heaviest rainfall. Flooding is a significant risk however we additionally run the danger of robust winds and frequent lightning.
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RAINFALL TOTALS: Here are the Valley locations that obtained measurable rainfall Friday
Rainfall quantities by the top of the weekend may attain 1-2 inches over south-central Arizona with a number of inches for the upper terrain and probably even increased totals for southeastern Arizona.
Temperatures will dramatically drop over the weekend. Valley highs will barely even make it to the 90s on Saturday.
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2:10 p.m. US 89 northbound has reopened close to Flagstaff, in accordance with the Arizona Department of Transportation.
2:00 p.m. A Flood Watch for central and jap Arizona will start Friday at 11 a.m. via 11 p.m. Saturday.
1:25 p.m.: U.S. 89 is closed in each instructions at milepost 425 north of Flagstaff, in accordance with the Arizona Department of Transportation.
The closure is because of flooding. There is not any estimated reopening time.
1:20 p.m.: Parts of Yavapai and Coconino counties are below a flash flood warning.
12:21 p.m.: Video reveals the Campbell ditch overflowing on the Henry Drive bridge.
12:07 p.m.: Pipeline Fire and Shultz Fire burn scars are seeing flash flooding
Noon: Flagstaff is seeing heavy rain and water runoff
11:54 a.m.: A flash flood warning is in impact for elements of Coconino County.
Stay tuned as we proceed to trace the most recent weather developments all through the week.
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