LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning in Clark County on Tuesday afternoon.
The Southwest Valley near Highway 160 west of Mountain Springs is under warning until 5:30 p.m. The service warns against driving through flooded areas.
Another monsoon humidity increases the likelihood of rain and thunderstorms through the middle of the week.
Rain fell over the mountains on Tuesday afternoon. Thunderstorm potential will remain in forecasts across southern Nevada through the evening. with heavy rain, lightning and gusts of up to 40 miles per hour.
??This is a video sent by one of our detectives about the flooding in the Moapa Valley. Remember not to drive through flood waters. Video Credit: Don DeCaria pic.twitter.com/XuzwxfMiP1
— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) June 30, 2021
There were still heavy rains and thunderstorms on Wednesday. With a high temperature of 96 degrees expected, that will be the coolest day this week.
The humidity remained on Thursday. with thunderstorms in the afternoon remained. The highest forecast was 103 degrees. Weekends were drier with chances of rain mainly in the mountains. A high temperature of around 105 degrees is planned for Saturday and 107 degrees for July 4.
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