West Bishop, CA Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for West Bishop, CA

June 23, 2024 4:40 PM PDT (23:40 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 5:38 AM   Sunset 8:23 PM
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Area Discussion for - San Joaquin Valley/Hanford, CA
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Hanford CA 118 PM PDT Sun Jun 23 2024


1. Temperatures will be around 10 to 15 degrees above average again on Monday with widespread triple digit highs across the lower elevations. A Heat Advisory is in effect through Tuesday morning.

2. There is a 50 to 80 percent probability of high temperatures of at least 105 degrees or above across most of the San Joaquin valley on Monday afternoon.

3. Above average heat will continue this week, with 100 degree heat persisting for many locations through Wednesday.

4. There is a 10 to 20 percent probability for thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon along the Sierra Nevada crest from Yosemite National Park to Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park.

Upper ridge centered over AZ continues to be the dominant weather feature for central CA at this time and is providing the San Joaquin Valley, West Side Hills, lower Sierra Foothills and the Kern River Canyon with a high heat risk with temperatures generally running 2 to 4 DEG F above yday at this time. A Heat Advisory remains in effect for these areas through Tuesday morning as temperatures are not expected cool more than 1 to 3 DEG F on Monday.

For Monday, the PoE of 103 DEG F or higher from the NBM for selected cities in the San Joaquin Valley are as follows.

Merced 36% Madera 36% Fresno 71% Reedley 36% Lemoore 51% Hanford 51% Visalia 56% Porterville 71% Delano 71% Bakersfield 71%

Satellite imagery is showing some cumulus buildups as far north as southern Kern County as some moisture from the remains of former Tropical Storm Alberto has finally made it's way into Socal. Deeper moisture and a few thunderstorms have been observed over northern Baja today. The NBM continues to show some of this moisture might provide for a minimal chance of showers and thunderstorms Monday afternoon in the Sierra Nevada on Monday afternoon and a slight chance over the higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada on Tuesday afternoon.

The increased mid/high level moisture presence and the weakening of the upper ridge will allow for a cooling trend to take place on Tuesday although the PoE for 100 DEG F across the San Joaquin Valley is mainly between 50 and 80 percent.

Ensemble means are showing a fairly significant upper trough pushing across the PAC NW on Wednesday night and Thursday which will break down the southwestern CONUS ridge and allow for a more pronounced onshore flow over central CA resulting in a cooling trend across the are later this week. By Thursday the PoE of 100 DEG F in the San Joaquin Valley is generally 30 percent or less although temperatures will remain above daily climatological normals.

Ensemble means are now showing another upper trough pushing through the PAC NW next weekend which will likely inhibit the return of dangerous heat across our area although temps will remain above normal for late June.

The trough passages have the potential to produce periods of increased winds over the normally wind prone areas such as the West Side Hills and Mojave Desert Slopes. However, at this time, the PoE for winds exceeding 45 mph along the Mojave Desert Slopes on Thursday afternoon and evening and again next weekend is less than 40 percent.

VFR conditions will prevail across the Central CA interior for the next 24 hours.



The level of certainty for days 1 and 2 is high.
The level of certainty for days 3 through 7 is medium.

Certainty levels include low
and high. Please visit www.weather.gov/hnx/certainty.html for additional information and/or to provide feedback.

Heat Advisory until 11 AM PDT Tuesday for CAZ300>317-319-321- 332.

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