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getting pretty intense, north and east of the valley. look at the lightning that has popped up, the last 10 to 15 minutes. between fountain hills and sunflower. is pushing to north scott still -- scottsdale. is making a dangerous situation out there. that lightning is tracking down in the era. he will want to stay inside -- we want still -- until the storms get out area. there are couple heavy pockets over interstate 10. a more that action across portions of the west valley. anything you see in yellow, orange, red, that is the increase, the green is a letter stuff, and when you get into the orange, that is picking up
states, further down the southeast, there are some pretty powerful storms north of florence. moving in from the south. and more storms lined up near the tucson area. we have a lot to track, there is a low pressure system copies chances will continue overnight tonight. here is the hour by hour, for the valley, looking at a 40% chance as we go into the 7 hour. the chances will drop off as we go into our overnight forecast. that will last until tomorrow morning. than we will take the chance to 10%. coming up, and just a few minutes, we will walk you through your forecast day by day. if you're headed out tonight copy careful. trees are down. and you saw that rescue.
what are the conditions? >> were on the 101, right near the talking stick casino, we are right where amber was talking about, the activity is picking back up, we were in central phoenix a little while ago, and it seemed to taper off, but i don't know if he could hear it on the window, we are getting a lot more rain coming down, and it has picked back up, were sitting this one were seeing the lightning hitting the ground. traffic. there was somewhat lane just there. i don't know if you're able to see it. it took a half hour to get from the airport to the 101 interchange cocke's arrest a crash at the 101 and 202 interchange. it was hard to tell if it was rain related. many people were pulled off to the side.
backup along the 202 and the interstate 10. things are flowing nicely as you can see right now in front of us on the 101. >> jason, thank you. be careful there may be traffic lights out. i have been tracking the power outages. it's looking better in the valley, we have 300 people without power. and there are 1000 people without power until 1 am. the most people in the vall 300 people should see power back on by 9:30 pm. be careful as you are traveling out there. let's take you out to those live adot cameras. it is slow and go, take your time, if you're headed out the door, i would like to alert you to another situation along state route 23a, that's the shortcut you would take for maricopa to gila bend.
-- state route 238. that is the shortcut you would take from maricopa to globe to -- gila bend . that is a shortcut you would take from maricopa to san diego.>> joining us live, kim tobin. not as much to celebrate. >> reporter: they are trying to we have a nice view, you can see , we have been watching appearing here, it has been pouring for 30 minutes. and through the entire valley, we were sitting in traffic to get here. they moved this whole event underneath this awning. you can see the people packing in. they were worried about the fact that the rain would cause
getting to the really tonight. but is getting busy right now. the hoping for a good turnout for john mccain. and they are going to be taking the stage and 30 minutes per people are pouring in. the trying to get past the rain at the ticket booth lot of people running and having those umbrellas above their heads. we have a pretty good view at the cops spring training facility. we will check in in just a little bit. we will have the full report with mitt romney endors mccain. >> florence, is getting hit by the rain. this video was just in from one of our yours. the water is in her front yard. she's going to walk around and we will take a tour here in see how the weather is affecting her home. >> this is from one of our yours.
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they think it will make a big difference come tuesday. >> reporter: the democrats will keep the latino issues front and center. and bring up plans for october and bring up plans for october 2 thing up plans for a total overall -- and he brought up plans for doing a total overall for the system. >> we will have all the information you need on abc15 mobile. on new from the desk. wall construction is underway, police revealed a potential break in the case. here is the evidence. >> reporter: they are not calling them suspects, do not calling them persons of interest, but these two teens are who gilbert this want to talk to tonight. the brand-new surveillance video shows the pair walking in this desolate parking lot the night
flames. >> we could see the flames in the sky. >> reporter: she owns a grooming place. she was steps away from the fire. she said that her 30-year-old business was safe. >> huddy put in words -- how do you put this into words? and they've worked so hard building this community. >> reporter: they are hopeful that this video will ay to the person or persons -- will point police to the person or persons responsible. overlord of $30,000 is up for grabs for information leading to an arrest. in gober, laura thomas a boy is on life support.
told her to the ground twice. that other was crying and he refused to you. he is almost 2 years old and he suffered serious brain trauma. she has first lied about the -- she first lied about what happened but then she family told them what happened. he robbed a second location here in scottsdale. he went back to the chandler store the day of the second however, he did not commit a crime at that point. it's hard to see what it looks like, the creek has a raspy voice. it is the soggy wet night. the showers continue to move in. coming up in just a few minutes, we will take a closer look at the radar and we will give you the updated rainfall totals. the rescue we have been tracking out there, this is
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here is air 15 with the water rescue, this is just outside the arizona mill mall. the driver is okay but not that work to get the car out. >> reporter: that is our understanding at this point. i ju if you have been to this mall, you are probably familiar with it. is on the north side of the mall, if you look over behind the fire truck, that is where the us 60 is. is a very busy night for them there are a few more vehicles
their boat we saw a number of firefighters walking back and forth looking into the canal. we will try to get more information as the evening goes on here. like i said, we just literally got on the scene a few minutes ago. i just jumped out to give you the live pictures. we will talk to again at 6:30 pm.>> we have been watching the live pictures coming through . thank you for your reporting. avoid the area if you can. >> the rain started this afternoon. take a look at this was in queen creek. the wind is driving the rain towards his driveway. we will take a look at his radar, -- the radar, and see what may be coming up with you then just a few minutes. the doors have been open
to begin. tim kaine is speaking in tucson, it is hours after he was here for our valley does it. we will keep you updated. it is the season for giving and for some, taking what is not theirs. a guy walked up to his door, once but not -- once but then a second time, he went up to his porch grid after the ups man it has been five months since this crime took place. this is occur, the 21-year-old, please say that the victim picked up him in the overnight hours to come to his home where he was robbed. it happened near 23rd avenue and bethany home road. transgender employees and their
coverage, access to new services as well as gender reassignment surgery. no job, no money, no home, these two officers were ambushed, scott green was transferred from the hospital to jail, and the same handcuffs of the officer that he is accused of killing. it turns out hours before the attack, a green abused his own mother, and the judge ordered him to move out of her basement by this weekend. we have learned that green has three children and get this, one is a sergeant in the iowa national guard. abc15 sports brought you by sanderson ford. >> the chicago cubs are smiling today. david johnson, he was named the
he has seven or 26 yards with a scrimmage -- 726 yards with a scrimmage with the nfl. bruce arians has been his toughest critic. >> david plays extremely well, other than two blitz pickups he did not get. use dynamic whether it is a run or a pass. it is a shame he lost so yardage. >> one of the few bright spots, with the blake performance in north carolina. the chicago cubs will be honored in a big way. the team has called me sunbirds spring training home in monday will be the official chicago cubs day.
to win last night. there was rain in the area, and the rain is here at home across the valley. is pouring in some areas. we will give you a closer look at what we are tracking. abc15 desert doppler, here is the us 60, the gold canyon and florence, is going into the queen creek area. to the north, we are getting lightning near north scottsdale. watch out for that. we are picking up cloud to ground lightning. and all across the valley, the threat for lightning will continue for the next couple of hours. over by the deer valley area, we are seeing some moderate to heavy rainfall, spots a little bit farther to the south, the west valley, out towards a good year and buckeye are starting
north. but for there was, we are seeing along interstate for there was, we are seeing along interstate 10 near tonopah. and we have more showers to track to our southeast. here is the newest total. picking up a half inch of rain. chandler is not too far behind. goodyear and glendale they have quarter been in terrain. the totals are so increasing at this -- quarter of an inch of rain. the totals are still out near stafford and clifton, and across northern arizona, near the interstate arizona, near the interstate 40 quarter. a lot is going on, a low pressure areas is over our state. you have to watch out for the wind and small hail, and the threat for dust is low but we saw it earlier.
lowering the dust. there are pockets of rain that could lead to localized flooding. at this point, we have pretty solid breezes up to 15 miles per hour and they are expected at that for the next couple of hours. 66 degrees. we were taken down 20 degrees. we've reached a high of 84 degrees and we will be down to 64 degrees. showers are possible for us the low pressure system will move out, and we have chances for chances and storms. 50% tomorrow, 20% in the valley, and the entire state drying out sunday and monday. coming up in the next half-hour we will take you day by day
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west valley, along the i tend quarter, and areas south, -- interstate 10 corridor, and areas south, we have pockets of rainfall hitting our area. gold canyon, queen creek, apache junction, and areas in scottsdale and parts of the north valley -- north valley. as we look at this, storm chances to continue overnight forecast, they will decrease a little bit, but scattered storms are still in play. we will start to dry things out as we head into the weekend. we will take you day by day as we head into your 70 forecast. -- seven-day forecast. went up there were so strong that we had to send air
ground. we will say what happened. the car plunged straight into the canal. the working to recover the car, the person inside, was already rescued. one person,, said to be okay. no specific word on any injuries. now they're working on getting that car out. this is on the north side of the mall, it is over here in the canal. and vote, you do not want to wait in the long lines. and you do not want to be in the rain. these people came prepared with their umbrellas. this was in mesa. they were making their way through to take part this year. another video, this is from one of our loyal viewers. you hear sirens in the distance,
roosevelt. this is just as the sun went down. a grieving mother taking action to prevent drivers driving the wrong way. lawmakers our family ready to listen. >> reporter: you may have seen the others, ron way driver ahead. dps get the warnings out as soon as the 911 calls start coming in. but adot controls the billboards.>> this grieving mother feels that those warnings may have saved her son's life.>> the first call came in at the 12th mile marker. and he drew an additional 12 miles prior to killing my son.
my son passed over led signs heading to the runway driver. >> reporter: every electronic billboard will light up saying that there is a wrong way driver headed your way. adot officials have been working on a project using >> one thing we can do is use the sensors in the freeway pavement, track, the tech, a vehicle going the wrong way.>> reporter: the sensors can be put to the test on the stretch of interstate can be put to the test on the stretch of interstate 17. >> in the interim of these tests, were losing innocent lives. >> these things can happen so fast, and the first 91 -- 91 the 911 call they get is the
rate from the live desk, mitt romney is in the valley tonight. these people gathered and their listening in, it's got started a short time ago, mitt romney is here campaigning for john mccain. tim kaine in tucson right now, campaigning for hillary clinton, obviously, school, just getting started a short time ago. we have been watching these live pictures coming in. and gaby givers this and gabby giffords was just on stage a few minutes ago. tim kaine delivered a speech in spanish. we are continuing to look at the presidential man -- nominees.
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our weather coverage continues for you. how does it look out there?>> reporter: everything is pretty solid here, were on the 51 headed north to camelback. this is my way home. and i know this stretch of road pretty well. i don't know if you can see off to the right, people are pulled over, maybe a little bit of an accident, things are slow, we were going 20 miles per hour for a little while, then we saw several accidents, some sliding around at the 101 and 202 interchange. we saw an accident. and we saw an accident rate in the middle lane. basner scottsdale and the mall.
have seen an accident near scottsdale and pima. the good news it is tapering off. the good news, people are being careful, we have not seen any major crashes, that is, definitely causing some headaches here on the roadways here tonight. paying off big, how the chicago cubs winning it all was good for the valley. the late great one calling the final out. that's coming up after the break extract the rain still falling, it's not just that, look at the temperatures, we are down into
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him. >> he was calling the last play. >> will they didn't just throw that together last night? >> note they spent some time on that. people are loving the temperatures, but all of this rain has dropped as to the 60s. it is feeling fantastic out there. we are starting to see some drying across the phoenix metro. we are seeing in the la minutes places near mesa and chandler drying out, let me get you to the spot saying the rain. these showers have worked their way off to the north and northwest. over here we have interstate 17 near deer valley and near the carefree highway. this is going to continue to be the wettest spot out here for the next 30 minutes to an hour.
corridor, these are marking off to the northwest. and we will continue to watch that for pockets of heavy rain, lightning, and as we look towards the pinetop area cut your seeing that lightning in the sky, and these are passing through this area. areas out near stafford, and the interstate corridor between tucson, seeing some of that rain, it could move into places like queen creek, and gilbert, later this evening, we will keep a close eye on this for you throughout the evening. this area of low pressure over a scott this is what is bringing in all the spring, as we head into tomorrow there is a good shot are seeing more -- over us now.
overhead tomorrow. there's a good shot that we could see some more. the winds brown, much later, across the valley, breezie right now, 66 degrees. temperatures across most of the valley cut in the 60s. and across the state to the north were in the 50s, prescott, sedona, mesa. dropping to the midshipman 40s. tomorrow, temperatures along the rim in the 50s. from the valleyff wescott is 80. near everest tomorrow, for the weekend were getting warmer every day. 85 saturday and 86 sunday money. 88 degrees tuesday. and the end of next week we will be flirting with the 90s. for this group known as the scorpions and the road runners, they are playing flag football. >> reporter: they are getting a few last-minute tips from the
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