August 10, 2021 at 10:58 pm

Flood Watch Issued For More Of Widespread Rainfall and Storms Through Late Week into The Weekend For Phoenix to South and East Half of Arizona


Arizona Weather Force has issued a flood watch effective now through end week into the weekend, with Friday having the strongest effects.  Storms are already happening across the state, but a flood watch is issued when more widespread rainfall events are in the forecast.

Until the end week, I will be issuing daily alerts for focus spots.  Today, the focus spots were Northwest and Southeast half of Arizona.  Severe Thunderstorms blasted through the Enhanced Severe Thunderstorm Watch I issued this morning for the Northwest/West half of the state.  A warning was given for damaging winds that may very well cause damage to boats surrounding Lake Havasu.   Now we move only the watch.

Tropical Storm Kevin has been what has been responsible for the upswing in the monsoon moisture across the state as of late.  Tropical Storm Linda has officially formed today and is poised to be a hurricane south of the region by Thursday, following directly the path Kevin did.  Both her and Kevin will continue to join forces across the state, bringing a strong upswing in deeper-layer moisture across the watch area.  This includes Phoenix, Payson, Tucson, and Cochise surrounding areas end week into the weekend.  There are indications that a similar severe thunderstorm event is in the cards such as the storms of August 2008 due to strong lifting along the Mogollon Rim, sending powerful storms southeastward, which should also hit the Tucson forecast area.  This is when I project the most severe of this event will be.

Stay tuned to Arizona Weather Force for updates on the daily when severe storm watches are issued.  An additional flood watch will likely be needed with Hurricane Linda’s effects extending into this next week …

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