LAS VEGAS (KLAS)– Thunderstorms continue to move through the Las Vegas valley after two consecutive days of severe storms.

A severe thunderstorm warning issued for parts of western Mohave County and eastern Clark County has been extended until 9:45 p.m. on Friday. The impacted areas are Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City. Hazards include 60 mph winds, pea-sized hail, and heavy rain.

This graphic displays a Severe Thunderstorm Warning plotted on a map. The warning is in effect until 9:45 PM PDT.  The warning includes West central Clark County, including Las Vegas,  Henderson,  North Las Vegas,  Boulder City,  Lone Mountain,  Anthem,  Summerlin,  Mountains Edge,  The Strip,  Nellis AFB,  Blue Diamond,  Downtown Las Vegas,  East Las Vegas,  Sam Boyd Stadium,  The Motor Speedway,  Southern Highlands,  Aliante,  Jean,  Lake Las Vegas  and Spring Valley.  The hazards associated with this storm are wind gusts to 60 MPH, pea-sized hail and heavy rain.   Seek shelter in a sturdy structure until the storm passes.
Credit: National Weather Service Las Vegas

A flood advisory has been issued for central Clark County until 11:30 p.m.

This graphic displays a Flood Advisory plotted on a map. The advisory is in effect until 11:30 PM PDT.  The advisory includes Las Vegas,  Henderson,  North Las Vegas,  Boulder City,  Downtown  Las Vegas,  East Las Vegas,  The Strip,  Paradise,  Nellis AFB,   Sam Boyd Stadium,  Green Valley,  The Motor Speedway,  Aliante,   Spring Valley,  Enterprise,  Lake Las Vegas,  Anthem,  Southern  Highlands,  Lone Mountain and Summerlin.  The hazards associated with this storm are heavy rain, nuisance flooding, and gusty winds in excess of 40 MPH.  Do not attempt to cross flooded roadways!  Turn around, don't drown.
Credit: National Weather Service Las Vegas

At 7 p.m. the National Weather Service reported storms beginning to work their way into the northern parts of the valley. Strong winds, flash flooding, and frequent lightning will all be possible.

Do not try to drive through flooded roads and if you hear thunder or see lightning head indoors. If you would like to send weather pictures and/or videos send them to pix@8newsnow.com.