July 12, 2021 at 8:30 am

Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Las Vegas; Thunderstorm Watch Issued Northeast San Bernardino County Deserts; Details

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Issued Zones:  Las Vegas Metro … North/East San Bernardino County Deserts …

Site:  Southern California Weather Force has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch hybrid Thunderstorm Watch

Date:  7/12/21 at 9:25 am PT

Forecast: A ridge of high pressure will begin to shift a bit, which will cause a ‘kink’ in the upper levels.  This ‘kink’ is called an area of vorticity and this will be hitting the Las Vegas area this evening, the same time as last night.  Remember last night I issued the Thunderstorm Watch.  Not one outlet had it so you know I mean business when these go out.  For that verification, click here.

These storms will be capable of some hail, but the drier low levels suggest that damaging winds will happen with them.  The most damaging will be between Las Vegas and Mesquite, where 50+ mph winds will be likely, with gusts stretching through Boulder City / Hoover Dam as well. 

This is a full-light show so get those cameras ready.

As for the Northeast San Bernardino County Desert areas.  Outflow from the Las Vegas activity will activate storms there, some storms may even make it to the Needles forecast area .. .thus you are in the zone activation in the e-mail alert system.  You may or may not see it down there, but the dynamics for the outflow suggest it is possible.


10 mile rule:  These alerts issued on this site means that within your zone and 10 miles from you will see the event forecast for.  You may or may not see the event but it means you are in the zone or 10 miles from where someone will.

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Southern California Weather Force is a custom weather alert service that began in September 1999 off and is regarded as the most accurate weather service in the region, offering custom alerts, maps, and models to help save life and property.  The work done here is never 100% accurate, but it comes pretty close.  Southern California Weather Force runs on zones, so if an event happens in a zone that is 10 miles from the border of your zone, the forecast is still valid to activate your zone’s alert system.  A company quote to the public is that of “The Joker” and tells other agencies in weather this all the time… “This world deserves a better class of meteorologist… and I’m gonna give it to them”… out-forecasting even the National Weather Service with lead-time and precision, which makes this service a focus of ridicule and envy in the weather community due to having such accuracy. Alerts issued here are issued custom from this office and this office alone. You may not even hear it elsewhere, but if one is issued near or in your area, listen up because “if you do not wish to die in weather, follow, it’ll save your life one day.”

K.MARTIN
Meteorologist In Charge – ⚡️🇺🇸 – is a consulting meteorologist for over 50 different companies, including large oil companies like BP. He has certs from MSU and PSU as a meteorologist.  Both short and long-range is very important to know in those jobs so you can bet on accuracy here. He is versed in fields like Western USA, Tornadoes, Floods, Hurricanes, High Winds, Fire Behavior, Snow and Blizzards, Short Range, Long Range, Seasonal, and Life-Threatening decisions with over 20 years experience, out-forecasting even the National Weather Service with lead-time and precision, which makes him a focus of ridicule and envy in the weather community due to having such accuracy.
 

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