First Alert: Scattered thunderstorms, flash flood watch in effect

First Alert Weather 10 p.m. 7/30/2020

(KFVS) - More heavy downpours are possible tonight and Friday.

Brian Alworth said the immediate concern for this afternoon through about Saturday morning is excessive rainfall, with more waves of heavy downpours possible.

The rest of today is looking more “scattered” because we’ll be in between systems, although with lots of moisture available, even isolated storms could produce heavy rain.

Another stronger system will be moving through on Friday with more heavy rain and thunderstorms possible.

Showers could linger into Saturday morning. After that, things should begin to slowly wind down, although small rain chances could linger into early next week.

A flash flood watch is in effect for most of the Heartland.

Temperatures and dew points/humidity will be trending down for the next several days.

Highs from Friday through much of next week should stay in the low to mid-80s with dew points dropping into the 60s, and maybe even some upper 50s.

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