On Tuesday night, the Valley was being hit by thunderstorms, and the National Weather Service issued three severe thunderstorm warnings for Maricopa County.
the meteorological service predicted that a powerful thunderstorm would affect parts of Maricopa County until 11:15 p.m.
The lower deserts of south-central Arizona were expected to have scattered strong to severe thunderstorm development, according to the meteorological service.
The areas that are affected include Aguila Valley; Apache Junction, Gold Canyon; Buckeye, Avondale; Cave Creek, New River; central La Paz; central Phoenix; Deer Valley; East Valley; etc.
Tuesday. Nearly 0.4 inches of rain fell in Litchfield Park, compared to 0.35 and 0.24 inches in Surprise and Glendale, respectively.
Although the West Valley received the most of the precipitation, central Phoenix only received 0.35 inches.
A flash flood warning was also issued by the weather service through Wednesday morning at 12:30.