Kingston, NV Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Kingston, NV

April 17, 2024 2:18 PM PDT (21:18 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Elko NV 1227 AM PDT Wed Apr 17 2024

Dry today with northwesterly winds of 5 to 15 mph gusting up to 25 mph. A few degrees cooler across northern NV this afternoon, otherwise temperatures will trend warmer across the region this week, with highs in the 70s this weekend.

Today through Thursday night. Broad trough energy settles in over the Pacific NW and north-central U.S. today, with the base of the trough clipping northern NV. The CWA remains dry today, however most of northern and central NV will have northwesterly winds of 5-15mph gusting to around 25 mph today.
Across northern NV cooler air under the approaching trough will result in highs this afternoon running 5-8 degrees lower than yesterday, with most valley locations generally in the upper 50s to low 60s. Central NV locations, generally near and south of the Highway 50 corridor, will be warmer by up to 5 degrees from yesterday, with mid 60s to low 70s. Tonight into Thursday the trough across the NW U.S. exits eastward leaving a warmer near- zonal flow over NV with continued dry conditions across the CWA

Friday through Wednesday

Quiet pattern will remain through Friday, but will look to take a brief break for the weekend as ridging flattens in response to downstream troughing before becoming re-established for the start of the new work week. Timing wise, by Friday evening a large northern stream upper level low will be located over northern plains just across the Canadian border, as a weak southern stream upper trough moves on shore over southern California, the inter play between these features may allow a weak deformation zone to drift into Nevada for the weekend. Models still show that this zone could serve as a focus for a few isolated showers with the highest probability across eastern NV as it gets additional weak lift from the shortwave upper trough. Model precipitation probabilities have been trending drier with most recent runs with shower chances dropping to 10% to 15% with recent runs. This deformation zone looks to fully wash out by Sunday evening. Monday through Wednesday, models have come in to much better agreement with the upper pattern, with the GFS and ECMWF now showing a quick moving upper level ridge transit Nevada for Monday and Tuesday which will keep Spring like conditions around. However, the next system will begin to approach the Pacific NW coast Tuesday morning. This system at this time doesn’t look to well organized, but could bring a 205 chance of light showers across northern NV by Tuesday evening into Wednesday. Temperatures and Winds: Spring like temperatures will continue for the Silver State through next Wednesday as daytime highs plateau in the upper 60s to low 80s.
Overnight lows will follow a similar trend with lows hovering in the upper 30s to upper 40s. Winds relax as pressure gradient eases under the influence of a split upper flow. Winds will be generally out of the W to NW but speeds will be 5 to 15 MPH with gusts up to 25 MPH.

VFR conditions expected for all terminals over the next 24 hour period. Mid and upper-level cloud cover is expected but dry conditions will persist through Wednesday. A cold front moving through tonight will bring northwest winds to much of central and northern Nevada Wednesday but sustained wind speeds should remain at or below 10 knots and gusts of 20 knots or less during the day.

Many streams, creeks and rivers across northern and central Nevada have elevated flows. Dry conditions are expected the remainder of the week, however temperatures will be trending warmer which will again help to accelerate the melting of the remaining mid and high elevation snowpack.

The Bruneau River is currently in action stage, with the flow expected to slowly rise, possibly up to the low end of minor flood stage today.

The Humboldt River at Battle Mountain is currently in action stage and expected to slowly rise, but remain below minor flood stage for the remainder of the week.

Marys River above Hot Springs Creek near Deeth is currently entering action stage, and expected to slowly rise today but not reach flood stage.

The Owyhee River near Wildhorse is currently in action stage and expected to gradually rise today, but remain below minor flood stage.

The Owyhee River near Mountain City is expected to remain around 8.0 feet (the low end of minor flood stage) over the next several days.

Wildhorse Dam is currently at action stage and is expected to gradually rise, but remain below minor flood stage over the coming days.

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