Another round of thunderstorms have hit the Las Vegas Valley, accompanied by a flood advisory.
The flood advisory, issued by the National Weather Service, for central Clark County expired at 5:15 p.m.
A 3:55 p.m., the agency reported moderate to heavy rainfall from the southwest part of the valley northeast toward the Strip. Automated gauges have shown rainfall amounts of over half an inch in the southwest part of the valley.
The heaviest rain so far has fallen near Rainbow and 215 south, where estimates of up to an inch were shown.
Some flooding was reported on the lower level of the Imperial Palace parking garage.
FLASH FLOOD WARNING EXPIRES FOR SOUTH CLARK COUNTY
Also, a flash flood warning expired at 6:30 p.m. for south central Clark County. Radar had indicated very heavy rain from a cluster of thunderstorms near Nipton Road from near Interstate 15 in California to Searchlight. The storm may have produced at least an inch of rain.