Weather Alert!!: Colorado River Tri-State: Scattered storms all around Colorado River Tri-State area.
ZachNews has spotted on the National Weather Service weather radar scattered storms spotted with moderate to heavy rain falling all around the Colorado River Tri-State including in San Bernardino County, California and in Mohave County, Arizona area.
Some of the storms appear to be increasing and losing their storm strength, but some are still bringing moderate to heavy rain on their way north.
The scattered storms with moderate to heavy rain falling will continue into the night to move across the Colorado River Tri-State areas of San Bernardino County, California, Mohave County, Arizona, and Clark County, Nevada.
Storms appear to be moving north and are located southwest of Needles, California; east of Twentynine Palms, California and north of Highway 62; and north of Interstate 40 and south of Interstate 15 in the Mojave National Preserve.
Storms also spotted south of Kingman, Arizona near Highway 93 as well as north east of Kingman, Arizona near Route 66.
If you are living in or hanging out in communities in San Bernardino County, California and Mohave County, Arizona including Kingman, Arizona; Topock, Arizona; Mohave Valley, Arizona, Bullhead City, Arizona; Vidal Junction, California; Needles, California; Baker, California; and Goffs, California should all be on watch and prepare for any changes in weather condition, to get indoors in case of lightning happens, and to stay away from flash flooded areas.
Because the storms are appear to be moving north, if you are living in or hanging out in communities in Clark County, Nevada including Cal-Nev-Ari, Nevada and Laughlin, Nevada should all also be on watch and prepare for any changes in weather condition, to get indoors in case of lightning happens, and to stay away from flash flooded areas.
If you are driving in the Colorado River Tri-State area, drivers should use caution and be prepare for any changes in weather condition, especially if driving along roads; highways including Highway 95 as well as Route 66, State Route 62, State Route 93, and State Route 163; and interstates including Interstate 40 and Interstate 15.
Drivers in or around communities in the Flash Flood Watch areas should be prepared, use caution if stormy weather conditions arrive, and if roads, highways, or interstates get flooded, “Turn Around Don’t Drown”!!
Never play is a flash flood channel, wash, or creek during severe storms as fast moving water can swift you away and possibly injure you or kill you.
If you see anybody in danger swift away in a flash flood or witness any life threatening emergency, please call 911 immediately and please make sure to be detailed as possible on where the location of the emergency is located as well as what city and state the emergency is in as we are in a Colorado River Tri-State area with California, Arizona, and Nevada close to each other.
In case of any Monsoon weather related problems, you, your family, your friends, and your neighbors should always be prepare for the storms by having an action plan in case you have to evacuate from you home or business and make sure you have an emergency survival kit with flashlights with fully charged batteries, bandages, antibiotic product, rubbing alcohol, medication, drinking water, canned foods and meals ready-to-eat, extra, clothes and shoes, working weather radio, and other emergency survival related items.
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