Live Weather Alert!!: Needles, CA: Rain, gusty winds, blowing dust, thunder and lightning approaching Colorado River area.

Live Weather Alert!!: Needles, CA: Rain, gusty winds, blowing dust, thunder and lightning approaching Colorado River area.

ZachNews is spotting on the weather radar rain, gusty winds, blowing dust, thunder and lightning approaching the Needles, California and Colorado River area.

Please be on alert, and if weather conditions get dangerous, move into a safe indoor location.

If the storm arrives, ZachNews on Facebook will be broadcast live.

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As of 9:25 p.m. PT on Sunday, September 1st, 2019, blowing dust was reported near Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

As of 10:00 p.m. PT, blowing dust has entered the Needles, California and Mohave Valley, Arizona areas. Lightning seen to the south and east of Needles, California. Storm moving from east to west/northwest direction.

As of 10:29 p.m. PT, Dust Storm Warning issued.

As of 11:00 p.m. PT, blowing dust and gusty winds have died down for the most part, but lightning and thunder have continued over Needles, California; Mohave Valley, Arizona; Topock, Arizona; Fort Mohave, Arizona; and Bullheaded, Arizona areas. Some light rain is beginning to fall onto Downtown Needles, California was people wait for the Amtrak passenger trains.

As of 1:33 p.m. PT, the Dust Storm Warning that was issued by the National Weather Service in Las Vegas, Nevada for the Southwestern Mohave County in northwestern Arizona… Southeastern San Bernardino County in southern California… South central Clark County in southern Nevada.. has expired.

As seen on the weather radar (Above), some moderate but mainly light rain continues to move throughout the southern Clark County, Nevada; Mojave Desert area of San Bernardino County, California; and western Mohave County, Arizona area along the Colorado River.

Keep a watch of the weather radars into for any more stormy weather conditions as everyone celebrates Labor Day 2019.

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