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MonsoonCon 2018 Everything You Wanted To Know About Monsoon And More
Grace Usher / 08 Jul 2018
Weather

MonsoonCon 2018 Everything You Wanted To Know About Monsoon And More

By Grace Usher For storm chasers and those obsessed by weather patterns and such, the 2018 Monsoon Convention in Phoenix was the place to be this weekend. This annual convention highlights the history, science and latest updates of the storm chasing world. “Monsoon Con” is coordinated ...

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The Storm That Left Lake Havasu In Shambles
Grace Usher / 15 Jun 2018
Weather

The Storm That Left Lake Havasu In Shambles

By Grace Usher June 15 marks the first day of the yearly monsoon weather pattern. The rains of the monsoon don’t usually being until mid-July, but the weather conditions generally run from June to September. The word monsoon comes from the arabic words, wasama (to mark) and mawsim (season)....

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Severe Weather, Storm Spotter Training Set For Lake Havasu City
Jillian Danielson / 02 May 2018
Press Release, Weather

Severe Weather, Storm Spotter Training Set For Lake Havasu City

NWS Press release: Officials with NOAA’s National Weather Service forecast office in Las Vegas are looking for interested volunteers to help better protect residents of the Lake Havasu area by providing quality storm reports during severe weather. The Lake Havasu City Fire Department will be...

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Monsoon Roars Into Havasu
Becky Maxedon / 09 Jul 2017
Weather

Monsoon Roars Into Havasu

Wind gusts of up to 49 mph were recorded at the Lake Havasu City Airport Saturday evening. Scant moisture was reported during the storm that consisted mostly of high winds. A wind gust of 56 mph was reported at the London Bridge. [caption id="attachment_19061" align="aligncenter" width="1021"] A ...

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Wet And Breezy Christmas Eve Forecast
Jayne Hanson / 22 Dec 2016
Weather

Wet And Breezy Christmas Eve Forecast

Lake Havasu City received between 1.3 and 1.5 inches of rain from noon Wednesday until noon on Thursday, said Meteorologist Reid Wolcott, of the National Weather Service in Las Vegas. “That’s a pretty good soaking,”’ Wolcott said. [caption id="attachment_14908" align="alignleft" width=...

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National Weather Service Updates El Niño Outlook
Judy Lacey / 22 Aug 2015
Weather

National Weather Service Updates El Niño Outlook

Weather forecasters are predicting one of the strongest El Niño events on record in the coming months. In fact, it is being called “El Niño Bruce Lee” by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and “Godzilla El Niño” by NASA climatologist Bill Patzert. According to Patz...

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Monsoon Storm Causes Damage in Crystal Beach
Jillian Danielson / 14 Aug 2015
Weather

Monsoon Storm Causes Damage in Crystal Beach

[caption id="attachment_4996" align="alignnone" width="300"] The roof is exposed after a microburst on Thursday evening took off shingles from the roof. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene[/caption] A monsoon storm rolled through Lake Havasu City, Desert Hills and Crystal Beach area Thursday evening. At...

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Thunderstorms Possible This Weekend
RSM Team / 06 Aug 2015
Weather

Thunderstorms Possible This Weekend

National Weather Service Press Release: Monsoon moisture is expected to push back into portions of Mohave, San Bernardino, Clark, and Lincoln counties Thursday and Friday, bringing the chance for showers and thunderstorms. Thunderstorms will be possible beginning Thursday night lasting through Fr...

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Monsoon Storm Photo Gallery 7/30/15
RSM Team / 31 Jul 2015
Weather

Monsoon Storm Photo Gallery 7/30/15

On Thursday, July 30th, 2015 a monsoon thunderstorm rolled into Lake Havasu City from the Southeast. The storm produced strong winds, rain and localised flash flooding. RSM staff followed the storm's progress as it moved north. Included in this photo gallery are photographs and video of the storm's...

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Monsoon Moisture Returns
RSM Team / 27 Jul 2015
Weather

Monsoon Moisture Returns

NWS Press Release: After a break in showers and thunderstorms, moisture is set to return to the region mid-week and through the weekend, as high pressure sets up across the Four-Corners region. This will be the typical monsoon pattern with no influence from tropical systems expected at this time....

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