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Significant threat for flash flooding continues across the southwestern U.S.; river flooding is also possible

Heavy precipitation continues to be forecast for much of the Southwest U.S. due to the remnants of Odile. The heaviest rainfall will be concentrated across southern Arizona, southern New Mexico and western Texas where 3 to 6 inches could fall through Friday, with some locales receiving up to 9 inches. Flash flooding, as well as river flooding, will be a risk for many locations in this region.
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Infrared Satellite Image

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Water Vapor Satellite Image

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Alaska infrared image

Alaska

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Hawaii infrared image

Hawaii

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Guam infrared image

Guam

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Puerto Rico infrared image

Puerto Rico

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American Samoa infrared image

American Samoa

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