PHOENIX - Remnant moisture from Odile is moving in, increasing showers and thunderstorms around our state.
The Valley took a hit late this morning into the early afternoon as scattered showers moved through dumping about 2 inches in an hour at Mesa's Falcon Field.
Flash Flood Watches remain in effect across our state as rain chances continue.
The core of Odile's remnants will move into southern Arizona tonight.
Flooding is a concern with our already saturated ground. Southeastern Arizona is getting hit the hardest and could see up to 6" of rain by Friday morning.
In the Valley, 1-2" is possible with up to 3" in parts of the East Valley and to our south in Pinal county.
Here are the impacts for the rest of the week:
- WIDESPREAD RAIN ACROSS OUR STATE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
- GREATEST THREATS: HEAVY RAIN AND FLASH FLOODING.
- FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 PM THURSDAY.
By this weekend, conditions will start to improve, but lingering moisture will mean more storm chances in the higher terrain.
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2014 Sky Harbor Official Rainfall: 5.67" (0.00" from average)
2014 Valley Average (Phoenix Rainfall Index): 5.69" (+1.53" from average)
Daily rainfall reports from all across the Valley can be found here .