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Severe Weather Pattern Rolls Through Lake Havasu City

Severe Weather Pattern Rolls Through Lake Havasu City
Becky Maxedon / 11 Aug 2021 / 3 Comments » Comments

A severe weather pattern made its way through Lake Havasu City Tuesday evening.

According to the National Weather Service, Tuesday’s thunderstorms in Lake Havasu City included the following activity in the area.

  • The strongest wind reported was at the London Bridge observation site, which reported a gust to 59 mph at 6:17 p.m.
  • Reports of trees down and shingles blown off roofs around Lake Havasu City, mainly between 6-6:30 p.m.
  • A dust storm warning was issued at 5:49 p.m., that included Lake Havasu City. Dust was noted on many area webcams, and the Lake Havasu City Airport reported 2.5-mile visibility at 6:35 p.m.
  • A severe thunderstorm warning was issued at 5:13 p.m., that included Lake Havasu City, with an additional severe thunderstorm warning issued at 6:43 p.m. Lake Havasu City was under a severe thunderstorm warning from 5:13 p.m. until 7:23 p.m., Tuesday evening.

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3 Responses to “Severe Weather Pattern Rolls Through Lake Havasu City”

  1. Angela says:

    To help prevent trees uprooting, you need to water less frequently, say once a week, twice during hot weather and water for longer periods of time. This will cause the water to go deeper, then a short watering. Depending on the size of the tree, say 20-30 min. Do not turn the water on high or it won’t be able to soak in to the ground. You can water low for 30-40 min once a week and the tree will have deeper roots. Watering frequently for less time causes the roots to stay closer to the surface, which can also over heat the roots causing them to need more water. At least this is what I have read and been told by a few different nurseries. Hope this helps. 😀

  2. Pamela Hahn says:

    I love this site.

  3. Jay Mishler says:

    I pray that no one was hurt and that those who suffered damage from the storm recover quickly. God bless you guys. Remember
    NO BAD DAYS.

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