Weather Alert

Monday, September 22, 2014 - 5:50am


Weather Radar

Flash Flood Warning in effect through 8:45a.m.

Monday, September 22, 2014 - 6:44am


El Paso is once again getting hit hard with not only monsoonal moisture but tropical moisture as well.

We saw a back door cool front from the Northeast sweep in last night bringing back Odile's rich moisture into the borderland and we also saw an upper wave coming in from the west bringing us monsoonal moisture.

Because these two weather identities clashed together, we are seeing a line of storms that is only getting stronger as time progresses.

Flash Flood Warning in effect for Northeast El Paso, Central El Paso and Ft. Bliss until 8:45a.m. Monday Morning.

The rest of the borderland is under a Flash Flood Watch, which is expected to expire at midnight Monday.

Flooding is a major concern for your commute. Remember the golden rule Turn around, don't drown. Never drive through flooded roadways.

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