LAS VEGAS -
- The National Weather Service has extended the flash flood warning for Clark County until 6 p.m. Monday.
Weather service doppler radar indicated flash flooding from a thunderstorm near Kyle Canyon campground on Mt. Charleston. The storm producing flash flooding was nearly stationary. The storm is over the area burned by the Carpenter 1 fire. Runoff from the burn area will eventually wash into the far northwest part of the Las Vegas valley including the area along Grand Teton Drive.
Radar also indicates flash flooding from a thunderstorm near Sandy Valley. The storm was located on Sandy Valley Road between Sandy Valley and Goodsprings, according to the weather service.
There is a chance for isolated thunderstorms for the Las Vegas valley Monday afternoon and evening. There is a chance of heavy rain, lightning and gusty winds with these storms.
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