A tornado warning was issued in Marana, Picture Rocks and Rillito, Arizona Thursday.
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Tornado Warning including Marana AZ, Picture Rocks AZ, Rillito AZ until 4:15 PM MST pic.twitter.com/cR1gmUMHbs— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) September 26, 2019
A flash flood warning has been extended for Corona de Tucson and Vail until 2 p.m., and it's been extended south into Sonoita, Patagonia and Elgin.
Flash Flood Warning including Vail AZ, Corona de Tucson AZ, Patagonia AZ until 2:00 PM MST pic.twitter.com/bGPvN9eR9s— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) September 24, 2019
NOTICE: All fields are closed today, Tuesday, Sept. 24, due to rain and saturated field conditions. pic.twitter.com/Cgu6scfGxS— Tucson Parks and Rec (@TucsonParksRec) September 24, 2019
Advisory: Emergency crews are responding for a swift water rescue on Houghton Rd south if I-10. Please avoid the area.— CoronaFire (@CoronaFire) September 24, 2019
Motorists are advised to stay out of all water crossings. Turn around, Don’t drown!
A small stream flood advisory is in effect for parts of Santa Cruz and Cochise Counties near the border, including Rio Rico, Nogales and Sierra Vista.
At 10:05 am MST, a large area of showers and thunderstorms were across SE AZ. Movement was N-NE at 15 mph. Pockets of heavier rain embedded within this large area of precipitation. Problems may arise with showers and storms moving across same area. Turn around, don't drown. #azwx pic.twitter.com/9BYL5R4VVG— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) September 24, 2019
There is at least one road closure in Pima County:
Road closure as of 9:40 a.m.:— Official Pima County (@pimaarizona) September 24, 2019
• Wentworth North of Andrada Road pic.twitter.com/6vCmY0RwRY
You can fill sandbags at two locations in Pima County:
Rain is expected to continue through tomorrow. In case you need sandbags, we have two filling stations:— Official Pima County (@pimaarizona) September 24, 2019
• Rural Metro Fire Station #72, 2741 N. Houghton Rd.
• PCDOT Material Storage, 9750 E. Snyder Rd.
Limit 10 bags per car. Bring your own shovel. pic.twitter.com/IjY3zJyd4D
The City of Douglas is also handing out sandbags at the fire station on 10th Street and the Public Works Shop on Sulphur Springs Road.
A power outage is affecting 622 Tucson Electric Power customers in the area around the Tucson Mall, according to TEP's outage map.
The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for eastern Pima County until 10:30 a.m.
Hail damage to vehicles is expected near Sells.
Severe Thunderstorm and Flash Flood Warnings happening now. pic.twitter.com/PvzoS4tP53— April Madison (@AprilMadisonWX) September 24, 2019
Tornado Warning for this area near Sells. This storm is capable of quarter size hail and is already indicating rotation. Moving north at 15 mph. pic.twitter.com/F97tNr8Xms— April Madison (@AprilMadisonWX) September 24, 2019
A flash flood warning is still in effect around Vail and Corona de Tucson until 11:15 a.m.
Flash Flood Warning continues for Vail AZ, Corona de Tucson AZ, Pantano AZ until 11:15 AM MST pic.twitter.com/FueSR7vLh0— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) September 24, 2019
A portion of rural Pima County, including Sells, is under a tornado warning until 9:45 a.m. If you're in the affected area, take cover immediately.
Tornado Warning including Sells AZ, Ali Chukson AZ until 9:45 AM MST pic.twitter.com/XhHyZKTvCX— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) September 24, 2019
Outages are mostly under control despite the rain, crashes and flooding throughout the city. Tucson Electric Power is only showing three on their outage map, affecting 234 customers.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for east central Pima County.
The warning covers Vail, East Sahuarita and Corona de Tucson and is in effect until 11:15 a.m.
Doppler radar tracked thunderstorms that were expected to move into the area during the next one or two hours.
I-10 between mile markers 276 and 294, as well as State Route 83 between mile markers 43 and 58, were in the affected areas.
The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory for parts of Pima and Santa Cruz Counties Tuesday.
According to the service, the Small Stream Flood Advisory affects southeastern Pima County and north central Santa Cruz County. Sahuarita, Green Valley, Tubac, Amado, Madera Canyon and Arivaca Junction are included. Interstate 19 between mile markers 22 and 43 are also in the area.
The advisory is in effect until 9:30 .m.
Doppler radar is tracking thunderstorms heading toward Southern Arizona.