Flash flood warnings are in place for areas along I-10 northwest of Buckeye.
PHOENIX – You might need an umbrella as the monsoon humidity makes for a wet Wednesday. Concentrated thunderstorms are already moving into the valley from the far west during the morning commute.
Rainfall totals are already up to 1.5 inches so far in areas northwest of Buckeye along I-10.
A flood watch is in effect through Thursday for northern Arizona. Sporadic showers and possible thunderstorms could have heavy rain triggering flash floods.
Be sure to keep up to date with the latest weather conditions on 12news.com and the 12News app. We will be monitoring the risk of storms throughout the day.
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Chances of heavy rain are also widespread in northern Arizona. The The National Weather Service said flooding is possible in some areas.
Follow the live updates below:
9:30 a.m.: Showers head to Buckeye and SR 85.
8:30 a.m.: Heavy showers and isolated thunderstorms move through Maricopa and northwest Pinal County.
Remember, if you see a flooded roadway, don’t cross it!
7:45 a.m.: The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for parts of Maricopa County along I-10 north of Buckeye, Palo Verde and Arlington.
This warning is in place until 10:00 a.m.
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