U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
WED 17 September 2014
...No organized severe weather expected today... Flash flooding possible across Desert Southwest today...
Due to moisture associated with Tropical Storm Odile, numerous showers and thunderstorms capable of producing 1-3" of rain in a short period of time may lead to areas of flash floodingn across portions of southeastern CA, southern NV, AZ, NM, and the Big Bend of TX. The flash flood threat will continue through Thu evening with the greatest rain totals forecat in southeastern AZ and southern NM. The areas most vulnerable to flash flooding will be small creeks & streams, normally dry washes, burn scars, and urban areas with poor drainage.
Elsewhere in the US primarily quiet conditions are expected.
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