Furnace Creek, CA Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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June 21, 2024 11:14 PM PDT (06:14 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Las Vegas NV 323 PM PDT Fri Jun 21 2024

The warming trend of the past few days will continue into the weekend. Temperatures will be around 5 to 8 degrees above normal on Saturday and Sunday, with additional warming expected next week. An influx of moisture over the next few days will bring chances for showers and thunderstorms to Southern Clark and Eastern San Bernardino counties on Sunday afternoon and evening. Mohave County will see daily chances for afternoon showers and thunderstorms continue each day through the middle of next week, especially for the eastern portions of the county. Outside of these areas, hot and dry conditions will persist through next week.

through Monday.

The warming trend of the past few days will continue as we head into the weekend. This warming trend will plateau over the weekend with temperatures around 5 to 8 degrees hotter than normal, yielding widespread Moderate HeatRisk values with a few isolated pockets of Major HeatRisk in Death Valley.

Leftover moisture from what used to be Tropical Storm/Depression Alberto can be seen slowly pushing into Mohave County via dewpoint surface observations. This moisture will continue to creep into the southern and eastern portions of our forecast area over the next few days, spilling into southern Clark and eastern San Bernardino counties by Sunday afternoon. This anomalous moisture combined with hotter than normal temperatures will bring a 20 to 30% chance for isolated showers and thunderstorms to eastern Mohave County on Saturday afternoon, with more widespread 20% to 30% chances for precipitation for areas south and east of Interstate 15 on Sunday afternoon. By Monday, precipitation chances will once again be limited to the eastern portions of Mohave County as the moisture retreats slightly.

Tuesday through Thursday.

Overall, this period is looking very hot as high pressure dominates. Residual moisture in Mohave County will keep a slight chance of showers/storms near the eastern county border each afternoon through Thursday. The primary forecast concern shifts back to heat with the potential for excessively hot conditions becoming more widespread across our area Tuesday and Wednesday.
The current forecast has high temperatures generally 9-10 degrees above normal both days which means they are forecast to be within a few degrees of daily high temperature records. Currently, Wednesday is day to watch in Las Vegas will probabilities giving a 36% chance of tying the daily record of 114 degrees. Overnight warm low temperature records could be in play as well. Coverage of major Heat Risk notably expands on Tuesday with spatterings of extreme heat risk thrown in. It becomes even more pronounced on Wednesday when temperatures are forecast to peak. The overall coverage of major heat risk is forecast to shrink on Thursday but still remains fairly widespread.

For Harry Reid...Light east winds give way to south- southwest breezes this afternoon. Still some uncertainty on the timing of wind shift, but most guidance suggests between 21z-23z.
Gusts of 15-20 knots possible with the southerly winds. Speeds decrease around sunset and remain light overnight. May see southeast breezes start a bit earlier tomorrow morning as moisture tries to surge up the Colorado River Valley. Mostly clear skies with just a few mid-level clouds during the afternoons

For the rest of southern Nevada, northwest Arizona and southeast California...Another day of southerly breezes at most TAF sites, with KDAG being the exception due to westerly winds. Peak gusts expected to be 15-20 knots, primarily in the Las Vegas and Colorado River Valleys. Winds decrease this evening, except at KDAG when their typical westerly push arrives. Mostly clear skies with just a few mid-level cumulus over the high terrain. Breezy south-southeast winds may kick in a bit earlier tomorrow morning as moisture tries to surge up the Colorado River Valley. This could impact sites along and south of I-15.

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

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KDRA0 sm21 minNNE 0710 smClear81°F23°F12%29.86
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