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Sunrise 5:32AMSunset 8:08PM Sunday June 13, 2021 6:41 AM PDT (13:41 UTC) Moonrise 8:08AMMoonset 11:11PM Illumination 13% Phase: Waxing Crescent; Moon at 3 days in cycle
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Area Discussion for - Las Vegas, NV
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FXUS65 KVEF 130948 AFDVEF

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Las Vegas NV 247 AM PDT Sun Jun 13 2021

SYNOPSIS. A prolonged heatwave will take hold of our region this week as a strong ridge of high pressure builds over all western states and provides steadily increasing temperatures with record highs at many sites Wednesday through at least Friday. Gusty afternoon south to southwest winds will develop across portions of southern Nevada today and Monday.

SHORT TERM. Today and Monday.

Temperatures continue their upward trend today adding another 3-6 degrees to highs across the region. Afternoon winds will increase today as a large trough off the West Coast makes a little inland progress and enhances the southwest flow between the trough and the ridge centered over New Mexico/Arizona. South to southwest winds gusting 25-35 mph will be the result, which will increase the wildfire danger across the Spring Mountains/Sheep Range and south central Nevada. Gusty winds will persist Monday afternoon as the leading edge of the trough lifts across northern California and northwest Nevada, however temperatures will keep climbing a few more degrees as the broad ridge expands a little more over southern Nevada while it become centered over the Four Corners Region. The long advertised Excessive Heat Warnings will go into effect Monday morning.

LONG TERM. Tuesday through Saturday.

The big story during the extended period will continue to be the upcoming long-duration heatwave that will grip the Desert Southwest. Highs will gradually increase through Tuesday and then level off starting Wednesday with the peak heating likely lasting through Saturday and possibly Sunday. Right now the current Excessive Heat Warning goes through Friday, but looking at the latest data, this may need to be extended one, or possibly two more days before we start to see any real drop in temperatures. Not only will afternoon highs be extremely hot, there will be little overnight relief with low temperatures remaining quite warm. The CLIMATE section below highlights the current records for regional climate locations.

Potential impacts from a long-duration heat event of this magnitude may include: - Dehydration, hyperthermia, heat cramps, heat stroke & heat exhaustion - Increased risk for children and pets if left in a hot vehicle - Power outages and/or failing air conditioning units, providing inadequate daytime and nighttime cooling

Added complicating factors . an inverted trough moving across northern Mexico and southeast flow overhead may be enough to bring some increased moisture to potentially southern parts of the CWA late next week. Confidence is still very low at this point that enough moisture will make its way into our region to produce thunderstorms, but it's not out of the realm of possibilities. Guidance has delayed the onset of this moisture push to what was previously looking "better" for THU/FRI now looks "better" for potentially FRI/SAT. Because of the considerable inconsistencies and high variability of the characteristic of the moisture, our forecast is still advertising a mostly dry forecast. A dry forecast is also still probable at this point as well. If storms do develop, they would primarily develop along the higher terrain which would be mainly a dry lightning and gusty wind concern. However, if there are enough clouds generated, it could help dampen temps just a bit. Stay tuned for more details as they become more clear the next few days.

FIRE WEATHER. A Red Flag Warning is in effect this afternoon and evening for NV Zones 461-464 for elevated winds and low humidity. South to southwest winds will increase during the morning hours and reach speeds of 15 to 25 mph and gusts to 35 mph. Minimum relative humidity levels will generally be less than 10 percent, with many lower elevations locations under 5 percent. Elsewhere across the area winds will see gusts generally less than 30 mph. Similar winds speeds are expected Monday but may be a little stronger over Esmeralda County and south central Nevada. A Fire Weather Watch is in effect for NV Zones 460-464 Monday afternoon and early evening.

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 next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

LOCATION WED-JUNE 16 THU-JUNE 17 FRI-JUNE 18 (HIGH MAX) Record(year) Record(year) Record(year)

Las Vegas NV 114(1940) 113(1940) 115(1940) Bishop CA 104(1961) 104(2017) 107(1985) Barstow CA 110(2000) 110(2017) 112(1985) Needles CA 118(2000) 120(1917) 119(2017) Kingman AZ 110(1917) 108(1917) 109(2017) Desert Rock NV 103(2017) 106(2017) 108(2017) Death Valley CA 123(1917) 122(1917) 124(2017) Laughlin NV* 118(2000) 113(2017) 117(2015)

* Not climate site, but state temperature record holder.

LOCATION WED-JUNE 16 THU-JUNE 17 FRI-JUNE 18 (HIGH MIN) Record(year) Record(year) Record(year) Las Vegas NV 87(2000) 87(2008) 86(2017) Bishop CA 68(1974) 65(2002) 69(2017) Barstow CA 80(1976) 78(1971) 79(1971) Needles CA 86(2000) 88(2000) 90(1988) Kingman AZ 76(1961) 79(1949) 73(2000) Desert Rock NV 79(2000) 75(2008) 82(2017) Death Valley CA 102(1917) 94(1961) 94(1961)

AVIATION. For McCarran . Breezy south to southwest winds are expected later today, likely after 20Z. Gusts to around 25KT likely. A brief period of southeast winds is possible before the southwest winds arrive. They likely will be around 8KT, however there is a low chance that they will be around 10KT with gusts over 15KT possible. For tonight, likely will see southwest winds around 10KT through much of the night. Winds may start more westerly and briefly gust to 20KT 03Z-09Z, however uncertain if the west winds will make it to the LAS terminal. Outside of the winds, expecting mostly clear skies through the TAF period with hot temperatures 105-110F this afternoon.

For the rest of southern Nevada, northwest Arizona and southeast California . Breezy south to southeast winds are expected again this afternoon at BIH, with gusts up to 30KT possible. A push of southwest to west winds is also possible this evening at BIH for a few hours around 00Z, with gusts 20-25KT possible if the west winds develops. If they dont, continued breezy southeast winds will persist until around 05Z. Otherwise, typical diurnal wind patterns are expected for many of the TAF sites. Breezy south winds up the Colorado River Valley are likely this afternoon, with gusts 20-25KT possible. Mostly clear skies will persist through the period.

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

SHORT TERM/FIRE WEATHER . Adair LONG TERM . Gorelow/Peters CLIMATE . Peters AVIATION . Nickerson

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Bishop, Bishop Airport, CA62 mi1.8 hrsNNW 710.00 miFair54°F26°F34%1009 hPa

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