13 Action News received lots of interesting weather videos from viewers this weekend. Below are some favorites from Saturday's storm.
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Quite a bit of backyard flooding. This video is from Brandi near Fort Apache Road and Lake South Drive at the Lakes. Check out more rain videos sent to our assignment desk here: https://t.co/o0dH5qycyT #VegasWeather #LasVegas pic.twitter.com/c8MrmNcqHP— KTNV 13 Action News (@KTNV) August 1, 2021
Wow! This video comes to us from Junben Santos near Jones Boulevard and Cactus Avenue. @breeguywx @NWSVegas | Weather updates: https://t.co/p4hyfroB6S #VegasWeather #LasVegas pic.twitter.com/e5HME7w9yP— KTNV 13 Action News (@KTNV) July 31, 2021
Lots of rain in west #LasVegas! This video shared by Linda is from an apartment complex near Summerlin Parkway/Tenaya Way. A Flood Advisory remains in effect through 4:45 p.m. for parts of the valley. Check here for updates: https://t.co/iNC2HrEpFC pic.twitter.com/4qrd2y2U3F— KTNV 13 Action News (@KTNV) July 31, 2021
UPDATE 3 P.M.: A Flood Advisory has been issued for the Las Vegas area until 4:45 p.m. This includes the Henderson, Summerlin and Enterprise areas.
The local office of the National Weather Service warns drivers in the area not to try to drive through floodwater.
For current conditions in the Las Vegas valley click here.
A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for parts of Clark County through 4:15 p.m., specifically the area of Hayford Peak north of Las Vegas.
13 Action News Meteorologist Bree Guy reports storms with heavy rain are also moving in fast towards the east side of the Las Vegas valley, as well as the Spring Mountains west of the city. Flash flooding is very possible.
Heads up east side! Storms with heavy rain are moving in fast. We are also dealing with some heavier action around the Spring Mountains. Flash Flooding is very possible. There is a Flash #Flood Watch still in effect for Southern Nevada. @KTNV #nvwx #lasvegasweather pic.twitter.com/fbGRjmkVo1— Bree Guy (@breeguywx) July 31, 2021
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