Thunderstorms to highlight the Forecast along with areas of locally heavy showers through Wednesday…Drying to begin Thursday with a fair, warm, dry weekend expected…..
Tuesday July 15, 2014
Posted at 9:15 am by Howard
Southeast flow and abundant moisture along with light winds will keep the thunderstorm threat high over Mono County both today and Wednesday. A vort center over Southern NV is stretched east west and will shift northwest into Southern Mono County later today and remain stationary through Wednesday Afternoon. Moisture and dynamics will increase through Wednesday afternoon. Thunderstorms are possible Today, Tonight and Wednesday. Locally heavy rain is possible as well. The National Weather Service has a flash flood watch out for Mono County Wednesday PM……However, late this afternoon and evening look to be quite active as well, especially for Southern Mono County.
Drying begins to work into our area Thursday with the threat of heavy rain beginning to diminish. Drier weather for Mammoth is expected Friday with most storms to our north and east with a fair dry weekend expected. Highs will be near 80 today then cooling to the mid 70s by Saturday as a trof of low pressure deepens south into the weekend. Expect moderate zephyr winds by Friday. More hot weather is expected to redevelop next week.
Dr Howard and the Dweebs…………………..:-)