Issued Zones: CA/NV Stateline … Las Vegas Metro …
Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued an Enhanced Severe Thunderstorm Watch effective this evening and into the night …
Date Issued: 7/29/22 at 12:30pm local
Forecast: Severe Thunderstorms are expected to form at the CA/NV Stateline this afternoon and as such this watch starts there due to travel. Another round out of the north will be this evening/night …
A ridge of high pressure centered over Northwestern Nevada today will bring a strong northeast flow from Southwestern Utah. Severe Thunderstorms will form there, and with a fast flow of over 25 mph, these storms will move down I-15 and hit Las Vegas out of the north. A secondary area will form northwest of the metro over Pahrump and while you are not in the forecast area, you will also be hit.
This scenario was seen last year and then again the last two days as well and wind gusts with it will be well over 50+ mph, maybe even higher than 70mph, along with marginally severe hail and torrential downpours that lead to flash flooding. There is a strong likelihood of a light show with this.
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