The NWS just issued a Flash Flood Watch for areas South of I-20 from 7 am through Friday morning. Widespread showers and thunderstorms are likely today and tonight. This rainfall will be heavy at times with 1 to 3 inches expected across much of the area. This rainfall, when combined with saturated soils from previous rains, will result in the potential for flash flooding mainly south of interstate 20. The heaviest rainfall is expected this afternoon and evening with lighter rainfall continuing into Friday.
Webcast: Wednesday Warm with Highs in 90s
The threat of severe weather has passed for now, and Wednesday should be a warm one with highs around 90.
KTAB AM Forecast: Wednesday May 22nd, 2013
Nice This Afternoon, Rain Possible Thursday
KRBC AM Forecast: Wednesday, May 22nd
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