PHOENIX -- Another wet and stormy day is likely for Arizona as a low-pressure system continues to move across the state.
Heavy rain Monday flooded Valley roadways, and heavy rain is a possibility again today.
As of Tuesday morning, there were already several flash flood warnings in effect for areas in Yavapai County, including the Black Canyon City and Yarnell areas. Flooded roadways were being reported by weather spotters in Yarnell.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely in the Valley today, and temperatures are likely to peak around 89 degrees. Showers are possible overnight before the low-pressure system slowly moves north out of Arizona Wednesday.