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Last Map Update: Sun, Jul. 23, 2017 at 9:58:27 pm MST

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National Weather Service El Paso, TX

Heavy rainfall is possible once again today and we've issued a Flash Flood Watch for Eastern Pima, Eastern Pinal, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, and Santa Cruz Counties from noon until midnight tonight. Flooding of low lying areas and normally dry washes is possible across the area. Remember: Turn Around - Don't Drown!
An upper level weather system extending north from Mexico has helped to generate plenty of showers and thunderstorms across southern Arizona the last few days. This system will get caught up in developing southerly flow through Monday which will move it north through Monday night. Plenty of moisture and instability already exist over the region and there is potential for this system to add upward lift or forcing to bring about a higher threat for heavy rainfall producing thunderstorms later today through tonight across parts of south-eastern Arizona.


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