Flash flood danger to carry on via Friday across the RGV

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Flash flood enjoy has been Prolonged until 7 a.m. Friday.

Update 11:30 p.m. Scattered showers continue being possible right away into early Thursday early morning. Heavy rain will trigger localized flood problems, but popular flash flooding is not envisioned right away.

The middle and reduced Valley are in a level two danger for extreme rain and, or flooding throughout Thursday, and a flash flood watch stays in outcome until finally 7 a.m. Friday early morning. 

Update 8 p.m. Flash flood warning has been canceled. On the other hand, the flood advisory issued for japanese Starr and western Hidalgo counties proceeds in result until eventually 9:45 p.m.

Update 7:15 p.m.: A flash flood warning has been issued for easter Starr and western Hidalgo counties until eventually 10:15 p.m.

Update 7:03 p.m.: Most of the Valley continues to be dry, a couple of downpours go on for some. A flood advisory has been issued for eastern Starr and western Hidalgo counties right up until 9:45 p.m. Scattered showers keep on being doable this evening, but the threat for prevalent and weighty rain looks reduced for now.

Update 2:48 p.m. Although most of the major rain has moved out of the Rio Grande Valley, scattered showers will stay achievable this afternoon and night, turning into briefly hefty at times.  The flash flood check out has been prolonged until finally 7 a.m. Friday due to the probable for recurring rounds of weighty rain Thursday and Friday early morning. 

Update 12:45 p.m. The Nationwide Weather Support in Brownsville has issued a Flood Advisory for Cameron County right up until 2:15 p.m. Some places include Harlingen, San Benito, La Feria, Los Fresnos, Santa Rosa, Rancho Viejo, Rio Hondo, Palm Valley, Los Indios, Olmito, La Paloma, Laureles, Cameron Park, Rangerville, Downtown Brownsville, Southmost, Port Of Brownsville, Santa Maria, Brownsville, and Primera.

Flood Advisory continues to be in effect in Hidalgo County until eventually 1:30 p.m. Some destinations include things like Edinburg, Pharr, Harlingen, Weslaco, San Juan, Alamo, Donna, Mercedes, Hidalgo, Progreso, South McAllen, North McAllen, Sharyland, South Alamo, North Alamo Elementary School, A.p. Solis Middle College, Donna Community Library, Donna Law enforcement Department, North Alamo, and Donna Town Hall.

Update 9:00 a.m. The Countrywide Temperature Support in Brownsville has extended the Flood Advisory for southeastern Hidalgo County until finally 10:30 a.m. Doppler radar indicated heavy rain thanks to thunderstorms. Minor flooding is ongoing or expected to start off shortly in the advisory region. Among 4 and 10 inches of rain has fallen.

Update 8:15 a.m. Flood Advisory remains in influence for northwestern Cameron County, East Central Hidalgo County, and Willacy County until eventually 9:30 a.m.

An supplemental 1.5-3 inches achievable more than the following 5 days for the Rio Grande Valley.

With some locations getting upwards of an supplemental 4-7” in places as a result of midday Friday. Favoring the reduced Valley and coastal spots Wednesday.

Update 5:33 a.m. Showers and thunderstorms continue on. Some of the heaviest rain is up in Willacy County suitable now, with average to gentle showers throughout the rest of the RGV. Areal Flood Advisories remain in location till 8 a.m.