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ACTION DAYS: Monsoon threat of wind, flash flooding continues

(Source: Raycom Media) (Source: Raycom Media)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Monsoon storms could bring the threat for locally heavy rain and flash flooding on Thursday, July 20.

The KOLD News 13 First Alert weather team marked Thursday, July 20, as a First Alert Action Day for the potential for scattered storms. 

There’s a slight chance for late-morning showers across the mountains, but the best chance of rain will be in the afternoon and evening. Some storms could produce heavy rain.

Flash flooding will be the main threat Thursday afternoon. Some storms could also produce hail, gusty winds and frequent lightning.

Watch for flooded roads while driving and stay indoors if you can during thunderstorms.

We call for Action Days any time we think the weather is going to significantly affect your day. Find out more about Action Days HERE.

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