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Havasu: ‘Snow and Behold!’
Jayne Hanson / 26 Jan 2021
Featured

Havasu: ‘Snow and Behold!’

Lake Havasu City residents woke up to a winter wonderland cloaking Crossman's Peak Tuesday morning after a winter storm system moved through the Tri-state area. "A big trough of low pressure moved in from the northwest Monday," said Warning Coordination Meteorologist Dan Berc, of the Las Vegas Na...

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Somewhere Over The Havasu Rainbow
Jillian Danielson / 22 Mar 2019
Community News

Somewhere Over The Havasu Rainbow

Rainbows forecast something magical and a double rainbow appeared over Lake Havasu City Thursday after a late afternoon storm rolled through.  At one point, a double rainbow appeared and the contrast of the darker skies punctuated the rare appearance. RiverScene Magazine fans posted photos on th...

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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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