Guadalupe, AZ Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Guadalupe, AZ

April 14, 2024 7:40 PM MST (02:40 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 5:56 AM   Sunset 6:59 PM
Moonrise 10:31 AM   Moonset 12:54 AM 
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Phoenix AZ 447 PM MST Sun Apr 14 2024

Updated 00z Aviation Discussion...

Mostly clear skies and cooling temperatures will dominate across the region through tomorrow. Breezy to windy conditions will continue through this evening before subsiding beginning tomorrow.
Temperatures will then trend warmer going through the middle and latter portions of this week and high pressure builds into the Desert Southwest.

Clear skies are currently dominating across the Desert Southwest this afternoon, with high temperatures expected to hover near normal. However, the weather pattern is transitioning as a closed low currently centered over the southern California coast will shift eastward over the next 24 hours. As a result, temperatures will cool through tomorrow as negative height anomalies traverse across the region. The only weather impact with this weather feature is continuing breezy to windy conditions today across the region, with residual breeziness continuing across southeastern Arizona tomorrow as the closed low moves east of the region. Wind Advisories remain in effect for central to western Imperial Counties as winds continue to gust in the 40-50 mph range through this evening.

Mid-level heights will rebound on Tuesday, leading to a warming trend going through the middle of the week. The magnitude of warming is a bit more muted relative to previous ensemble guidance as ensembles are now showing a shortwave digging into the Intermountain West more aggressively beginning on Tuesday.
Nonetheless, temperatures will warm to above normal Tuesday through the rest of the week. The only change is the maximum potential for the highs late week are several degrees cooler, as latest NBM probabilities of 100 degrees across the lower deserts are now no higher than 10%. Thus, Minor HeatRisk will prevail through this period.

Quasi-zonal flow looks likely to prevail going into this weekend, as ensembles depict some form of weak ridging across the West Coast. However, there remains some discrepancies on how the aforementioned trough evolves, but the predominant solution is some form of positive height anomalies continuing across the region. Thus, seasonal to a few degrees above normal look to continue through this weekend.

Updated at 2345Z.

South-Central Arizona including KPHX, KIWA, KSDL, and KDVT: Enhanced westerly gusts upwards of 20-25 kts will gradually subside during the evening hours with speeds aob 10 kts prevailing through Monday morning. Winds are expected to maintain a westerly component through most of the period, with no anticipated switch out of the east during the overnight hours. The only exception being KIWA where winds could briefly switch out of the south- southeast early Monday morning. Another period of enhanced gusts upwards of 20-25 kts is expected during the early to mid- afternoon hours once again on Monday. Skies are expected to remain mostly clear through the period.

Southeast California/Southwest Arizona including KIPL and KBLH:

Gusty west to southwest winds are expected through the evening hours, with the strongest gusts at KIPL of up to 35 kts and up to 25-30 kts at KBLH. Wind speeds are expected to gradually subside during the overnight period, although gusts upwards of 20-25 kts will still remain at KIPL. Winds on Monday will gradually veer out of the northwest to north with much lighter speeds aob 10 kts.
Skies are expected to remain mostly clear through the period.

With dry weather prevailing, near to below normal temperatures early this week will rapidly warm back into an above normal category during the latter half of the week. Breezy to windy conditions during the afternoon hours will continue through Monday, with the strongest winds across the western districts this afternoon. As minimum afternoon humidity levels fall into a 10-25% range during this period, a locally elevated fire danger will exist. With warmer temperatures later in the week, minimum humidity levels will dry further into a 10-20% range with single digits common across lower desert locations. Overnight recovery will turn poor to fair in a 20-40% range. However, lighter wind speeds will preclude a greater fire danger and provide an excellent opportunity for prescribed burning during the middle of the week.

CA...Wind Advisory until 2 AM PDT Monday for CAZ562.

Wind Advisory until 11 PM PDT this evening for CAZ563-566-567.

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AirportDistAgeWind ktVisSkyWeatherTempDewPtRHinHg
KPHX PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INTL,AZ 2 sm49 minW 14G2310 smA Few Clouds77°F27°F16%29.87
KCHD CHANDLER MUNI,AZ 16 sm53 minWSW 15G2310 smClear75°F32°F21%29.89
KGEU GLENDALE MUNI,AZ 16 sm53 minSW 14G2010 smA Few Clouds73°F18°F12%29.87
KSDL SCOTTSDALE,AZ 16 sm47 minW 07G1610 smClear73°F30°F20%29.91
KFFZ FALCON FLD,AZ 17 sm46 minW 14G2410 smClear73°F34°F23%29.88
KGYR PHOENIX GOODYEAR,AZ 18 sm53 minWSW 15G2110 smA Few Clouds73°F23°F15%29.90
KDVT PHOENIX DEER VALLEY,AZ 19 sm47 minWSW 17G2410 smClear72°F30°F22%29.89
KLUF LUKE AFB,AZ 20 sm45 minSW 1410 smClear73°F18°F12%29.88
KIWA PHOENIXMESA GATEWAY,AZ 21 sm49 minW 1710 smClear75°F34°F22%29.90
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