Heavy rain and localized flooding possible Friday – 9/21

KSAN Weather Blog
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IT’S GONNA RAIN

There’s no getting around it, models are all in agreement that pretty much everyone in the Concho Valley will see rain on Friday. They’re in fairly good agreement that a lot of areas will see 1-2 inches and some may see 3-6 inches…but differ on the exact locations of those “bullseyes”…which is normal. The main takeaway is that most of the Concho Valley will pick up 1-2inches of rain with isolated 3-6 inch totals which is where localized flooding will occur. For this reason, the National Weather Service has placed the northern half of the Concho Valley under a Flash Flood Watch.

It is very likely that by the time you are reading this, the entire Concho Valley will be under this watch. More models are shifting the heavier totals south into the Concho Valley. 

PLANNING OUT YOUR DAY

Here’s what futurecast is showing through the day. 

HOW MUCH RAIN??

Here is the Futurecast RPM projection for rainfall totals in the Concho Valley.

I expect widespread 1-3 inch rainfall totals with isolated spots at 3-6 inches..which may cause localized flooding.

Remember you can Track the storms yourself using our Live Interactive Radar on the Concho Valley Homepage and the Concho Valley Homepage App.

Stay dry! 

– Chief Meteorologist Josh Johns 

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