Keeler, CA Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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June 18, 2024 11:34 PM PDT (06:34 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 5:33 AM   Sunset 8:10 PM
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FXUS65 KVEF 190216 AFDVEF

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Las Vegas NV 716 PM PDT Tue Jun 18 2024

SYNOPSIS
After Tuesday's cooldown, temperatures are forecast to recover during the second half of the week into next week, with temperatures returning to well above normal. First signs of the monsoon later this week with a shallow surge of moisture into the lower deserts and northwest Arizona. There is a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms over eastern Mohave County Friday through Monday.

UPDATE
An area of dense high level clouds moved Inyo County and the Souther Great Basin this evening associated with a shortwave crossing through central Nevada. Further south and west, skies remained mostly sunny. The shortwave also brought gusty north to northwest winds to the area through much of the day but have generally subsided by this evening. Gusts have ended in most locations and only some elevated north winds of 10 to 15 MPH lingered down the Colorado RIver Valley at this hour.

Quiet weather will continue overnight. The area of clouds will continue their transition east as the shortwave lifts out of the state. Mostly clear skies are expected by early Wednesday morning.
With the low moving away ad heights rising, along with some cloud cover for a portion of the night, low temperatures tonight should be a few degrees warmer than last night. No changes wee needed for the overnight forecast.

-Nickerson-

PREVIOUS DISCUSSION
139 PM PDT Tue Jun 18 2024
DISCUSSION
Through next Tuesday.

Wow, what a cold front for mid-June. Temperatures currently running 12-14 degrees below yesterday at Las Vegas Valley airports. Bishop CA running 12 degrees cooler, while the Mojave Desert and lower CRV of San Bernardino running 5-8 degrees below yesterday. As for the north wind they have started to weaken on schedule in the lower CRV and will continue to decrease further through the rest of the afternoon.

Ensemble simulations continue to show a weak trough lingering across California and Nevada through Thursday. This will keep the area under a dry southwest flow but allow temperatures to quickly rebound to normal tomorrow, then about 5 degrees above normal Thursday under rising heights. No significant winds, just standard sustained south- southwest wind 5-15 mph, with some gusts 20-25 mph in the afternoon/early evening.

Southern California wildfires less active today now that the winds have subsided. So, unless they flare back up or there are new fire starts our area hopefully will see less smoke and haze in coming days.

Beyond Thursday, massive ridge producing the excessive heat across the central/eastern US will start to expand west, setting up shop over the Desert Southwest at least through the middle of next week.
The probabilities for high temps 110+ for Las Vegas from Saturday through next week now running between 60%-70%, which is an increase for yesterday. Calculated HeatRisk shows widespread 'Moderate' values Saturday with pockets of 'Major' category in the valleys of southern Nevada, eastern California and southern Mohave Counties.
There is an expansion in 'Major' HeatRisk with some pockets of 'Extreme' values Sunday-Monday. Heat products will likely be coordinated in the coming days.

Lastly, there is a tropical disturbance in the southwest Gulf of Mexico which if forecast to drift west into mainland Mexico Wednesday evening/or early Thursday. The inverted trough is progged to continue moving west reaching the eastern Pacific later Thursday, then continue drifting westward along the southern periphery of the massive subtropical ridge over the Desert Southwest. ECMWF ensemble continues to shows an initial, shallow surge of moisture into western Arizona Friday. There is a more pronounced increase in precipitable water values into the lower deserts of eastern San Bernardino, Clark and Mohave Counties over the weekend and Monday.
Those PW values then start to decrease Tuesday. Made not modifications to the NBM guidance which still paints 10%-30% PoPs across eastern Mohave County in the afternoon/evening hours of Friday-Monday.

AVIATION
For Harry Reid...Gusty north winds have mostly ended with northeast winds 10 knots or less expected the remainder of the morning. Winds then look to gradually become east then southeast briefly around sunset. Winds will then quickly shift to the southwest after 03-04z and remain through sunrise Wednesday.
Scattered to broken high clouds to move into the region this evening and overnight.

For the rest of southern Nevada, northwest Arizona and southeast California...Gusty north winds to continue into the mid to late afternoon at KEED and KIFP in the wake of a front. Elsewhere, winds will generally decrease and become more diurnal in nature. Aside from KEED/KIFP, wind speed generally look to remain 15 knots or less. Winds at KBIH so shift the south this afternoon, then quickly become northerly this evening and overnight. Winds at KDAG to remain light and somewhat variable before shifting to the west/southwest this evening and overnight, become gusty. Scattered to broken high clouds to move into the region late this afternoon into the overnight hours.

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




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