The remnants of Rosa will pass through Arizona and bring the chance of showers to Las Vegas.
Isolated storms will fire over the mountains at midday and could drift across the valley through the afternoon with locally heavy rain. Rain coverage will be spotty, so the Flash Flood Watch has been dropped for Las Vegas.
Isolated additional storms are forecast on Wednesday afternoon and will bring the threat of damaging winds and even hail, especially from Las Vegas to the east into Arizona.
The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted our part of the desert Southwest as ripe for severe storms.
The light showers that have been pushing toward Las Vegas from the south are fizzling. Seems that we'll be dry for the next couple of hours. Different story this afternoon when scattered heavier downpours drift west to east through town. Severe weather is possible on Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/xKdXOpgBZt
Benign showers are possible this morning, and non-severe storms will pop this afternoon (first image). There's a slight risk of severe storms on Wednesday afternoon in the form of hail and damaging wind gusts (second image). More at https://t.co/vMVGM2gmQS. pic.twitter.com/ceFehqpSkn
At 12:15 p.m. I'm keeping tabs on this shower by the 15. It will likely drift northeast up St. Rose Parkway, bringing the threat of rain to parts of west Henderson, Green Valley, and Silverado Ranch. Head to https://t.co/vMVGM2gmQS to check our interactive radar. pic.twitter.com/4IBT2XXWvV