Flood advisories expired or canceled for Cameron County

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HARLINGEN, Texas (KVEO)—

All flood advisories have been expired or canceled for Cameron County. Locally heavy showers will remain possible across the RGV for the remainder of the afternoon hours.


Tuesday at 1 p.m. –  A thunderstorm producing heavy rain and dangerous lightning has prompted the National Weather Service to issue an Areal Flood Advisory for southern Cameron county until 3 p.m. This includes Brownsville. 1-2″ of rain is likely to fall with this storm and could cause localized minor flooding in and around Brownsville. 

Tuesday at 12 p.m. – Isolated heavy downpours are flaring up across the Rio Grande Valley.

NBC 23 Weather Forecast

An Areal Flood Advisory is in effect for portions of Cameron county until 1:30 p.m. Torrential rainfall occurring with these storms is likely to cause localized flooding.

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These storms also consist of dangerous lightning.

Local storm reports indicate that funnel clouds have been reported in and around Progresso, Texas.

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While there is no radar indicated rotation with these storms, we could see more of these cloud formations pop up through the afternoon across the Rio Grande Valley.

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