FLAGSTAFF, AZ — Coconino County has asked residents to shelter in place as a monsoon storm hits the Flagstaff area.
Showers and thunderstorms continue with the greatest coverage of showers/storms south of I-40. Heavy rain and flash flooding will continue to be a threat thru the afternoon. #azwx pic.twitter.com/qKPlMOjAao— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) August 17, 2022
⚠️ Flash Flooding Expected in the Timberline, Wupatki Trails, and Fernwood areas. ⚠️— Coconino County (@CoconinoCounty) August 17, 2022
👉 If indoors, shelter in place.
👉 If outdoors, get to high ground and do not enter drainages.
👉 Know where your children and pets are at all times. Please stay safe. pic.twitter.com/IaJrSteFKQ
A Flash Flood Warning is in effect until 4:15 p.m. for portions of Coconino County.
⚠️ Flash Flood Warning ⚠️ in effect until 4:15 PM MST for parts of Yavapai & Coconino Counties.— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) August 17, 2022
This includes V Bar V Heritage Site, Bell Crossing, The Crack, Wet Beaver Creek and Wilderness, Bar T Bar Ranch, Apache Maid Mountain. Moreinfo: https://t.co/IXQnlMbvRT. #azwx pic.twitter.com/nuYvwVOv7i
KAFF News in Flagstaff also shared the following video of flooding in the Doney Park area.
There are also storms expected in the Valley this afternoon and over the next few days.