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Kingman, AZ

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Sunrise 5:20AMSunset 7:55PM Monday June 21, 2021 12:10 AM MST (07:10 UTC) Moonrise 4:43PMMoonset 2:43AM Illumination 86% Phase: Waxing Gibbous; Moon at 11 days in cycle
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Kingman, AZ
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Area Discussion for - Las Vegas, NV
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FXUS65 KVEF 210237 AFDVEF

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Las Vegas NV 736 PM PDT Sun Jun 20 2021

SYNOPSIS. Temperatures will return to more typical late June averages during the workweek. Dry and gusty afternoons are expected Monday and Tuesday. There is a slight chance of shower and thunderstorm activity in southeast Nevada, northwest Arizona and eastern California Wednesday, possibly lingering into Thursday. Another heatwave looks possible next weekend.

UPDATE. The summer solstice will occur this evening at 832 PM which will mark the beginning of summer. Tonight will also end the week long Excessive Heat Warning that is scheduled to expire at 8 PM this evening. No record highs were set today, but temperatures still remained several degrees above normal. Starting Monday, we will see a cooling trend that will take us through mid week before temperatures rise to well above normal by weeks end. No updates. Gusty southwest winds remain in place this evening, but will gradually diminish this evening.

PREV DISCUSSION 121 PM PDT Sun Jun 20 2021

DISCUSSION. A drier west-southwest flow associated with trough along the west coast will dominate our weather regime into Monday. Elevated fire threat the primary concern. Was on the fence yesterday for potential headline. But based on the 12Z HREF Red Flag probabilities being met as well as low level winds depicted on forecast soundings across southern Nevada am going to issue a Red Flag Warning for zones that cover parts of Nye and Clark Counties.

Models continue to advertise mid-level moisture from the remnants of Dolores getting caught in the flow and beginning to increase across our skies as early as Tuesday. Anticipate greater widespread winds on Tuesday so am issuing a Red Flag Warning for all of southern Nevada and northwest Arizona Tuesday. Along with the mid-level moisture increase there is a slight rise in surface RH values Tuesday but values should easily fall below 15 percent.

As moisture continues to stream northward Tuesday night/Wednesday NBM PoPs have spread further west to now include parts of southern Nevada and eastern California, in addition to what was already in northwest Arizona from earlier runs. Models still depict enhancing jet streak over that same area for added dynamics. Time height sections indicate most of this moisture will remain at or above 700 hPa so initial concern would be dry lightning potential. Forecast sounding for Kingman in northwest Arizona does show surface dewpoints increasing which would support that storms could transition from dry to wet during the day Wednesday. This moisture looks to linger across part of southern Nevada and northwest Arizona into Thursday.

Broad area of high pressure looks to establish itself across not only the Desert Southwest, but ridge axis extends well north into western Canada. A weak trough will still be meandering around the northern California/Pac NW coast. NBM has temperatures for Las Vegas rising back to the 110 degree range next weekend.

FIRE WEATHER. Gusty winds and low RH will encompass the southern Great Basin and Mojave Desert Monday and Tuesday. Highest potential for critical fire weather conditions looks to be centered over parts of Nye and Clark Counties Monday. Widespread winds Tuesday look to create critical conditions across all of southern Nevada and northwest Arizona. Signs of increasing mid-level moisture should be seen as early as Tuesday with moisture continuing to stream north into the area Tuesday night and Wednesday. This will produce isolated showers and thunderstorms. Dry lightning will be a concern initially but looks like storms may transition wetter by Wednesday afternoon.

CLIMATE. Listed below are a few climate locations showing both the record high maximum and high minimum temperature for each location and the year the record was last set for Sunday.

LOCATION SUN-JUNE 20 Record(year)

Las Vegas NV 117(2017)** Bishop CA 108(2015) Barstow CA 115(2017) Needles CA 125(2017)** Kingman AZ 113(2107)** Desert Rock NV 111(2017) Death Valley CA 127(2017) Laughlin NV* 120(2017) Lake Havasu City AZ* 124(2008)

* Not climate sites, but state temperature record holders. ** All time record highs

LOCATION SUN-JUNE 20 (HIGH MIN) Record(year) Las Vegas NV 88(2017) Bishop CA 62(1961) Barstow CA 80(2017) Needles CA 89(2017)

AVIATION. For McCarran . Breezy southwest winds are expected this afternoon. Gusts may start at the 20-25KT range but will increase after 00Z to 25KT+. Winds will veer more south-southwest by midnight, with gusts likely ending then but a slight chance intermittent gusts to around 20KT persist through the night. Elevated winds 10-15KT will continue through Monday morning before another, slightly stronger, push of southwest winds returns Monday afternoon. Expecting winds to increase out of the southwest between 18Z-20Z, with gusts to 30KT possible through Monday afternoon and evening. Clear skies are expected through the period. Monday will mark the beginning of a gradual cool down, with highs tomorrow dropping back to 105-110 degrees.

For the rest of southern Nevada, northwest Arizona and southeast California . Breezy southwest to west winds are expected through the evening region-wide with gusts 20-30KT expected. By 03-04Z, winds will decrease across most valleys, with breezy southwest winds remaining elevated across higher elevations overnight. Elevated winds will also continue at DAG overnight, though gusts may drop off late tonight or early Monday morning. A repeat in the weather pattern is expected on Monday, with slightly higher winds possible across California and southern Nevada compared to today. Mostly clear skies expected through Monday.

SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT. Spotters are encouraged to report any significant weather or impacts according to standard operating procedures.

UPDATE . Gorelow SHORT TERM/FIRE WEATHER . Pierce AVIATION . Nickerson

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Kingman, Kingman Airport, AZ6 mi20 minSSW 1110.00 miFair86°F28°F12%1004.2 hPa

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