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Last Map Update: Fri, Aug. 19, 2022 at 1:09:44 am PDT

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Thunderstorms and rain showers will continue through this evening for northern and central Nevada. The unsettled conditions will continue into tomorrow with numerous rain showers in eastern Nevada.

Remember if there is ponding or running water on roadways, do not attempt to drive around or through it. Just 6 inches of running water can knock over an adult, and at 12 inches in depth can float a car. Please, Turn around, don’t drown!

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e rainfall from slow moving monsoonal thunderstorms could lead to areas of flash flooding and debris flows. A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may become favorable for flooding of dry creeks and streams. In steep terrain, the rainfall could trigger rock falls and deposit debris on roadways. Be prepared to take immediate action should rainfall trigger flash flooding. Remember if there is ponding or running water on roadways, do not attempt to drive around or through it. Just 6 inches of running water can knock over an adult, and at 12 inches in depth can float a car. Please, Turn around, don’t drown!

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For further updates visit our Facebook and Twitter pages, or listen to NOAA Weather Radio and continue to check this website: www.weather.gov/elko or go to weather.gov/ and click on the map for NWS forecasts and warnings anywhere in the nation.

 

*At times the NWS provides links to partner sites because they may contain related information. However, the links do not constitute an endorsement by the NWS of any information, products or services.

 

 

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