First Alert Weather Day: Parts of Flagstaff under shelter-in-place order as monsoon storms hit Coconino County
FLAGSTAFF, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - A flash flood warning has been issued for parts of Gila and Yavapai counties until 12 a.m. Some portions of Yavapai County are under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 8 p.m.
A Shelter In Place Order has been placed in the following areas in Coconino County: Cheshire, Coconino Estates, Creighton Estates, Coyote Springs, Anasazi Ridge, and Rio de Flag. County officials are advising everyone to stay alert and be prepared to evacuate or get to higher ground as soon as possible.
Mayor Paul Deasy took this photo in Flagstaff Sunday afternoon of some young kayakers making the most out of the flooding:
Below is a video taken by KAFF in the State Route 180 area earlier Sunday afternoon during the flooding in Flagstaff:
Flash flooding is expected in the Museum Fire burn scar region, including Mt. Elden Estates, Paradise, Grandview, and Sunnyside.
Below is a video taken by KAFF near Stevanna Way:
Flagstaff Mayor Paul Deasy shared this video from the Stevanna trench area:
Check out our Storm Risk radar below:
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