Moisture still in place could trigger storms tonight and tomorrow

PHOENIX - Remnant moisture from Odile is moving into New Mexico and West Texas taking the widespread rain with it.

As expected here in Arizona, southeastern portions of our state got hit the hardest with Odile's remnants producing over 5" in a few spots, like Montezuma Canyon, Ash Canyon and Bisbee.

With lots of lingering moisture in place, there's still a chance of a few showers and thunderstorms popping up in and around the Valley for the next few days. Some could produce brief, heavy rain resulting in localized flooding.

By late this weekend, conditions will start to improve, but lingering moisture will mean more storm chances in the higher terrain.

Highs will climb into the upper 90s in the Valley with 70s and 80s across the high country by the start of next week.


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Rainfall totals:

2014 Sky Harbor Official Rainfall: 5.67" (-0.02" from average)

2014 Valley Average (Phoenix Rainfall Index): 5.75" (+1.58" from average)


Daily rainfall reports from all across the Valley can be found here .


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