Flash floods hit Las Vegas for the second time in two weeks

Las Vegas hit by flash floods that flooded city streets and casinos second time in a span of two weeksThis year the dry city witnessed the hottest monsoon season in a decade.

According to videos posted on social media, water flows like rivers along roads and flows from the roof of casinos.

The National Weather Service issued a warning late Thursday warning Las Vegas residents not to try to drive amid floods.

Shows a video posted by a Vegas resident Rain sheets raining on the poker table Shocking casino-goers watch at Planet Hollywood Casino.

Another video shows A bus trying to navigate through flooded streets Like water flows in it. one more show water running on the road By high roller Ferris wheel of Patti.

A desert storm – the second in just two weeks – hits a city that gets less than an inch of rain On average in July, according to the National Weather Service.

The National Weather Service said the storm made 2022 Las Vegas’ warmest monsoon season in a decade.

Already, Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas has received 1.28 inches of rain this monsoon season, which runs from mid-June to the end of September. This is more than in any year since 2012.

More than 3.5 inches of rain fell during the wet season that year.

The rainy season may not be as good as Friday morning with thunderstorms this year.

The National Weather Service for Las Vegas said in a tweet on Friday, “We look like a broken record here, but thunderstorms may occur again today.”

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