PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Tropical Storm Rosa is expected to bring us rain as well as some potential flash flooding. We spoke with the National Weather Service to learn more.
Sunday through Tuesday Arizona we will see rain that will be from what's left of Rosa, with the most rain falling between Monday night into Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
"We're expecting pretty significant rainfall amounts, widespread one to three inches across most of Arizona," said Larry Hopper with the National Weather Service in Phoenix.
The rain could lessen as the storm moves toward Arizona, but it could also bring a small dust storm Sunday evening.
"It could be a tropical depression or tropical storm at that point, but regardless it's going to be a significant increase," says Hopper.
So stay prepared and remember to never cross a road that is flooded.
"Right now the biggest thing is remain weather aware," said Hopper. "Check our forecast, check the Nation Hurricane Center's forecast, check your local news outlets and see what the forecast looks like."
Self-service sandbag stations in Scottsdale
-Parking lot of District 1 Police Headquarters, 7601 E. McKellips Road
-Near the city's Corporation Yard, 9379 E. San Salvador
-Solid Waste Transfer Station, 8417 E. Union Hills Drive.
Shovels and bags will be provided by the city, but residents are required to fill their own bags. All the supplies and equipment -- sand, bags and shovels -- are located in large roll-off refuse containers at each site. There is a limit of 10 bags per household. Sandbags are most effective when placed in front of entry points. Fill the bags one-half to two-thirds full. The bag should lie fairly flat when filled.