Weather Alert!!: Colorado River Tri-State: Storms approaching Colorado River and Route 66 communities during Solar Eclipse 2017.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are approaching Colorado River and Route 66 communities during Solar Eclipse 2017.
As seen on the KNBC Channel 4 weather radar, scattered rain with some moderate to heavy rain falling near Kingman, Arizona; Topock, Arizona; Yucca, Arizona; Kingman, Arizona; and Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
The storms could produce gusty winds and thunder with lightning in some areas well other areas may get clearing before the solar eclipse starts.
Just in case, if you’re in the area of the Bullhead City, Arizona; Fort Mohave, Arizona; Mohave Valley, Arizona; Needles, California; Topock, Arizona; Yucca, Arizona; and Lake Havasu City, Arizona, please be on watch and ready for the storms in case of any weather related problems.
If there’s any flooding along dirt channels, creeks, or rivers from the storms, stay away and don’t drive through the flooded roadway.
Depending on the weather conditions, people in the Colorado River Tri-State area, including Needles, California; Topock, Arizona; Mohave Valley, Arizona; Laughlin, Nevada; and Kingman, Arizona, will enjoy 70% of the solar eclipse.
The solar eclipse will start at around 9:10am PT, the maximum solar eclipse will be at around 10:28am PT, and the solar eclipse will end at around 11:54am PT.
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