Drenching showers and thunderstorms have once again ignited across the Great Basin and Four Corners region Sunday, leading to flash flooding incidents.
The heaviest downpours are turning normally dry washes and arroyos into raging waterways, as well as flooding some roads and causing mud and rock debris to litter other roads.
The flooding along once such wash created a dire situation 13 miles south of Lake Mead City, Ariz.
Law enforcement reports that a tour bus that became stuck on Pierce Ferry Road due to flooding was being pushed down a wash at 1:44 p.m. PDT Sunday.
Live updates on the flash flooding unfolding across the Southwest can be found below. Drier weather will return to Southern California, southern Nevada and Arizona on Monday.
Sunday 6:23 p.m. EDT:Flood water 3 feet deep caused some cars to be stuck at an intersection 4 miles southeast of Pahrump, Nev., a trained spotter reports
Sunday 3:27 p.m. EDT:Death Valley National Park reports West Side Road is closed due to flooding near Furnace Creek, Calif.
Sunday 2:46 p.m. EDT:Debris on roadway along Route 190, three miles east of Panamint Springs, Calif., law enforcement officers reports.
Sunday 2:10 p.m. EDT: A police scanner for Mohave County, Ariz., reports that a head count of 31 people were accounted for out of the 33 that were on the bus. Two reportedly walked away, police are trying to locate the them.
Sunday 2:07 p.m. EDT: Extreme rainfall on west side of the LV Valley. Beltway at Town Center gage received 0.55 of an inch in 5 minutes.
An ice storm, which could be the worst to hit the United States in years, is unfolding across portions of the southern Plains late this week.
Despite the mild air through midweek, the city is experiencing a drastic temperature to end the week.
The city will see snow a few times in the coming days as temperatures plummet.
After the midweek system accompanied with snow exits the area, frigid air will pour into the area.
While balmy air and rain will affect State College and central Pennsylvania into Thursday night, a return of colder air will be accompanied by a change to snow and slippery travel late Friday.
While balmy air and rain will affect Pittsburgh into Thursday night, a return of colder air will be accompanied by a change to snow and slippery travel Friday.
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