TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) - We're tracking the lastest Monsoon activity in Southern Arizona.
Here's our first look at the rainfall totals so far from storms overnight and this morning:
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TPD reports that power has been restored to most customers affected by the morning outage. Check the outage map for updates.
Northwest Fire crews rescued a driver stuck near Grier Road by Sandario Road.
Capt. Holt & EN336 just helped another driver out of their vehicle after getting stuck on Grier Rd, near Sandario. Please be careful out there! Find a detour. #azwx #monsoon pic.twitter.com/PicVBtMUkd— Northwest Fire (@NorthwestFire) July 14, 2021
Northwest Fire says their crews rescued a driver near Silverbell and Sweetwater Drive earlier this morning.
Crews were able to get a driver to safety after his truck got stuck off Silverbell & Sweetwater Dr this morning.— Northwest Fire (@NorthwestFire) July 14, 2021
It doesn’t matter what kind of vehicle you have - please, turn around. Find a detour instead of driving into dangerous situation. #azwx pic.twitter.com/nmgdQPiUdp
Pima County Sheriff's Department says there are multiple downed power lines on West Speedway Blvd..
Northwest Fire is warning drivers to look out for flooded roadways.
There are several flooded roadways this morning. Please TURN AROUND. pic.twitter.com/l6ceRCU1j8— Northwest Fire (@NorthwestFire) July 14, 2021
Nearly 2,000 Tucson Electric Power customers -- mostly west of Interstate 10 -- lost power in the 8 a.m. hour.
According to the TEP outage map, there was no cause or expected time of restoration.
According to Golder Ranch Fire, a house was hit by lightning near Mountain View and Clubhouse.
Your @GRFDAZ firefighters quickly contained a small fire in a home after the house was struck by lightning this morning in the Saddlebrooke area. These storms are producing lightning and flooding concerns, please stay safe! #CommunityFirst pic.twitter.com/fJAzIV0LRK— Golder Ranch Fire (@GRFDAZ) July 14, 2021
Two inches of rain have been reported near Ironwood Wood Drive west of Silverbell Road. Flash flooding is expected.
The National Weather Service extended its Flash Flood Warning to 10:15 a.m. Rainfall of up to two inches is expected in areas including Tucson, Casas Adobes, Drexel Heights, Flowing Wells, South Tucson, Three Points, Tucson Estates, Saguaro National Park West, Valencia West, Catalina Foothills, Picture Rocks and Ryan Airfield.
The National Weather Service issued a Significant Weather Advisory for North Central Pima and Pinal Counties until 7:30 a.m.
The service warned of winds faster than 40mph in areas including Eloy, Kearny, Dudleyville, Picacho, Chui-Chu, Picacho Peak State Park, Red Rock, Cactus Forest, Cockleburr, North Komelik, Kohatk, Jack Rabbit, Shopishk, Kelvin and East Chui-Chu.
The National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Warning for northeastern Pima County and southeastern Pinal County until 9:30 a.m.
⚠️Flash Flood Watch⚠️ is in effect for southern AZ thru WED evening.— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) July 13, 2021
🤔What does that mean?
⛈️Conditions are FAVORABLE for flash flooding to occur with storms that develop thru WED in the watch area.
📔Plan ahead in case a 🚨WARNING is issued for your area. #azwx pic.twitter.com/g8NQ7ZNooa
The National Weather Service issued an Urban and Small Stream Flood Advisory for northeastern Pima County and southeastern Pinal County.
The advisory lasts until 8 a.m. Wednesday.
National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory in the green area. .5-1" of rain has fallen. TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN! Some Locations That Will Experience Flooding Include... Oracle, Mammoth, Saddlebrooke, San Manuel, Campo Bonito And Biosphere 2. pic.twitter.com/tnfSR6zEM7— Brian Brennan (@BrianBrennanTV) July 14, 2021
Heavy rain from thunderstorms is causing the flooding, bringing between 0.5 and `1.5 inches of rain.
Areas subject to flooding include Catalina, Oro Valley, Marana, Oracle, Saddlebrooke, Tortolita, Mount Lemmon/Summerhaven, Catalina State Park, Campo Bonito, Oracle Junction, Biosphere 2 and Dove Mountain.
Anybody snapping weather pictures on the northwest side? pic.twitter.com/xpPL0yl8IM— Brian Brennan (@BrianBrennanTV) July 14, 2021