Goldfield, NV Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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June 18, 2024 10:40 AM PDT (17:40 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Las Vegas NV 1035 AM PDT Tue Jun 18 2024

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.

241 AM PDT Tue Jun 18 2024

Gusty winds will linger down the Colorado River Valley today, resulting in choppy waves on area lakes. Today will be the coolest day of the forecast period with high temperatures around 3 to 7 degrees cooler than normal. Temperatures will recover during the second half of the week, with normal temperatures returning tomorrow. temperatures returning to normal by Wednesday.

North winds remain strong in the lower Colorado River Valley, while elsewhere winds have weakened. Those winds in the lower Colorado River will stay gusty until noon before weakening this afternoon. Enjoy the below normal temperatures today as guidance continues to advertise a building ridge over the area leading to well above normal temperatures from Saturday, well into 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. More to come on the potential moisture increase into Arizona in this afternoon's discussion. No update.

Through Wednesday Night...
Current infrared and water vapor satellite imagery show an upper- level trough moving through the Western US. The "cold front" associated with this trough can be seen sweeping through southern California and northwestern Arizona, with gusty northerly winds located behind this front. These gusty northerly winds will linger down the Colorado River Valley today, resulting in choppy waves up to 2 feet on area lakes. Outside of northerly winds, we will also see temperatures topping out around 3 to 7 degrees cooler than normal thanks to this trough and it's associated front.
Troughing will remain the dominant synoptic feature across the Western US for much of the week. However, we will see 500 mb heights gradually rise as the trough weakens, which will allow for temperatures to take off during the second half of the week with temperatures returning to normal by Wednesday.

Thursday through next Tuesday.

A building ridge of high pressure over northern Mexico will allow for modest height rises and an increase in temperatures across the Desert Southwest, despite a persistent longwave trough dominating the synoptic pattern of the western CONUS. Temperatures will continue to rise through the end of the week and through the weekend, with temperatures maxing out at around 10 degrees above seasonal averages by the end of the weekend. As such, expect desert valleys to return to the 'Major' HeatRisk category on Saturday and Sunday.

Meanwhile, the National Hurricane Center continues to watch a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico "Potential Tropical Depression One". This warm tropical moisture is expected to track westward across Mexico before getting wrapped up into the monsoonal high pressure (which remains situated over northern Mexico). As such, moisture will funnel up central Arizona and as far west as the Colorado River Valley, resulting in slight chances of precipitation in Mohave County each afternoon Friday through Monday.

The low levels of the atmosphere remain very dry, so showers and thunderstorms that form are likely to encounter substantial evaporation before precipitation reaches the ground. The more likely scenario will be dry lightning, which could increase chances of wildfire starts in the area. Will continue to monitor this moisture flux through the week and update the forecast accordingly.

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

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