Goldfield, NV Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Goldfield, NV

April 14, 2024 1:53 AM PDT (08:53 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Las Vegas NV 117 AM PDT Sun Apr 14 2024

A weather system over the central California coast early this morning will move east across the area today bringing breezy to windy conditions, cooler temperatures, and light shower activity. The system will move east of the area on Monday with improving conditions and warmer temperatures. High pressure will build over the area by midweek resulting in well above normal temperatures region wide by midweek and continuing into the weekend.

Tonight through Tuesday.

IR Satellite imagery early this Sunday morning shows a visually impressive low pressure system with it's counter-clockwise rotation near the coast of central California. A moisture plume ahead of the low is currently working its way across our area producing a slight increase in precipitable water of up to 0.25 inch or so and some light accumulations. Shower activity is diminishing quickly with no further rain or mountain snow expected until the low passes over the area Sunday afternoon/evening. High temperatures Saturday ended up right around normal for this time of year.

Expect a cooler day today with high temperatures around 10 degrees cooler than Saturday. Windy conditions are expected across the region especially our desert areas where gusts of 25-35 mph are expected. Isolated to scattered showers are possible today as the low pressure system moves west to east across the region. A few thunderstorms are possible today, especially near the low center where any stronger cell that is able to develop could produce lightning, brief heavy rain, gusty winds, and even some small hail. The Sierra could see 3-5 inches at the peaks, with an inch or two in the Spring Mountains and the higher terrain of southcentral Nevada. Most areas will remain dry or only see light precipitation amounts from showers today.

Behind the system, temperatures will moderate on Monday and warm to above normal on Tuesday. There will be some breezy northwest winds across the southern Great Basin on Monday but we are not anticipating any significant winds at this time. Look for lighter winds area wide on Tuesday.

Wednesday through Saturday...Expect a quiet period of warm and dry weather during the upcoming work week as high pressure builds over the western states. Temperatures will be well above normal by midweek and continue into the weekend. Along with the warm temperatures, there will be an increasing chance of Las Vegas seeing its first 90 degree temperature of the year. The NBM probability of occurrence on any given day is relatively low at this time but if the forecast pattern holds, we are likely going to see the chances increase.

For Harry Reid...Southwest wind speeds and gust frequencies will continue to subside through the overnight hours, though cannot rule out occasional gusts between 20 and 25 kts through sunrise. Southwest gusts will return this afternoon with speeds between 25 and 30 kts and will drop off after sunset. Expect gusty northwest winds late Monday morning. Vicinity showers possible between 00Z and 06Z with ceilings dropping to around 8 kft. Ceilings could drop to around 5 kft with shower development that forms directly over the terminal. Rain, if any, that falls will be light.

For the rest of southern Nevada, northwestern Arizona, and southeastern California...Breezy south-southwest winds will continue overnight at the Las Vegas and Colorado River Valley TAF sites with diminishing gust frequency and speeds. South-southwest wind gusts will return this afternoon between 25 and 30 kts and will drop off after sunset. Expect gusty west-southwest winds at KDAG through the day, with gusts 30-35 kts. The prevailing wind direction for KBIH will be south-southeast this afternoon with gusts to 20 kts; however, vicinity shower activity could result in erratic wind directions at times. Best chances of vicinity showers in southeastern California will be between 20Z and 01Z; best chances of vicinity showers in far southern Nevada will be between 00Z and 06Z. Ceilings will drop to aoa 8 kft today, and as low as 5 kft with shower development directly over a terminal.

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

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