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Last Map Update: Tue, Jul. 25, 2017 at 12:00:11 pm PDT

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Deep monsoon moisture dominates the Silver State weather through tomorrow, resulting in numerous showers and thunderstorms. Some storms may produce locally heavy rain, small to moderate sized hail (.5 to 1 inch) and gusty winds (GTE 55 mph). Remember, heavy rain could cause: flash flooding, rockslides, and mudslides. Areas near burn scars are particularly susceptible. Rainfall that would normally be absorbed, will run off extremely quickly after a wildfire, since there is no vegetation to absorb runoff. As a result, less rainfall is required to produce a flash flood. A good rule of thumb is: If you can look uphill from where you are and see a burnt-out area, you are at risk. Remember Be aware of your surroundings and never cross a flooded roadway. Check the weather forecast and road information before you head out.

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