The National Weather Service says the remnants of Hurricane Rosa are expected to start hitting Arizona today, bringing heavy rain, high winds, and the threat of localized flooding.
Up to 4-inches could fall in some areas through Wednesday. Those areas include Flagstaff, Payson, Prescott, and the Grand Canyon’s South Rim.
Seemingly, no part of the state will be left out. Rosa is coming Northeast out of the Baja of California.
Forecasters say metro Phoenix, Yuma, along with Eastern and Western Arizona could see widespread rain up to a couple of inches.
Normally dry washes could become flooded, as well as low-lying roadways.