Flood Watch Issued For Most of Arizona From July 21st through July 24th; Details Includes High Risk Areas Centering All Major Metro Zones


Arizona Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch effective from July 21st through July 24th with an upswing in widespread rainfall expected due to Tropical Storm Guillermo affecting the monsoon ridge so read on for details …

A lot of the state continues to have scattered thunderstorms and now we move into monitoring events that would be more widespread, which would affect the metro areas.  Sure, both Phoenix and Tucson are still seeing the activity, but as Wednesday and Thursday come along we will see this activity on the upswing as the ridge is shoved back over Death Valley and Nevada, which opens up that fast flow off the higher terrain.  The image in this article is the Arizona Weather Force Flood Risk Model.

In addition to the flooding, large hail and damaging winds along with isolated tornado activity will be possible with this next round, similar to the last during the first half of the month.  This will affect all three main metros, Flagstaff, Phoenix, and Tucson.  I have extended it west to Havasu due to the east to west flow.

As for today (Sunday, July 18th), Flagstaff will see storms this afternoon … followed by evening/night activity from outflow-induced storms for Phoenix and Tucson.


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