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Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered thunderstorms approaching area.

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered thunderstorms approaching area.

ZachNews has the latest information regarding scattered thunderstorms approaching the Colorado River Tri-State area on Saturday, July 21st, 2018.

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** As of 2:50pm PT on Saturday, July 21st, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the scattered thunderstorms that were near Needles, California and Mohave Valley, Arizona has lost most strength died off and has moved out of the area.

** As of 12:40pm PT on Saturday, July 21st, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the scattered thunderstorms were spotted east of Needles, California, Mohave Valley, Arizona, and near Lake Havasu City, Arizona has lost most strength, mostly producing light rain in most areas, but there are still spotty moderate to heavy rain falling northeast of Golden Shores, Arizona and in the Kingman, Arizona area.

The storms appear to be moving northwest.

** As of 11:13am PT on Saturday, July 21st, 2018: **

Pictures from ZachNews shows the scattered thunderstorms moving north to northwest across the area.

The main portion of the scattered thunderstorms, moderate to heavy rainfall and possible lightning, appears to be staying to the east of the Needles, California area and appears to be heading moving towards communities near the mountains, which includes Oatman, Arizona.

Light rain is falling in the Needles, California area.

** As of 10:30am PT on Saturday, July 21st, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows scattered thunderstorms were spotted east of Needles, California, Mohave Valley, Arizona, and near Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

The scattered thunderstorms appear to be moving northwest.

Use caution if driving along in the area of the scattered thunderstorms, and beware of flooded roadways in the area of the thunderstorms.

If a roadway is flooded and closed, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.”

** More information is still coming into ZachNews. Please check back in soon. **

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered thunderstorms approaching area.

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered thunderstorms approaching area.

ZachNews has the latest information regarding more scattered thunderstorms approaching the Colorado River Tri-State area on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018.

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** As of 7:30pm PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018 (Final Update): **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows scattered thunderstorms near Golden Shores, Arizona have died off and appear to become light rain producing.

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page what a difference an hour makes! Most storms have really died off across the region in the last hour. Still monitoring a few areas, but the likelihood of a repeat of last evening is not good.

** As of 7:10pm PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows scattered thunderstorms east of Golden Shores, Arizona and south of Yucca, Arizona.

The scattered thunderstorms appears to be losing strength but still shows to have moderate to heavy rain falling and possible lightning.

** As of 7:07pm PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page some beautiful 1-minute imagery from the GOES-16 satellite showing storms across the southwest this evening!

** As of 6:53pm PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that they’re monitoring storms through the evening for much of the #LasVegas Valley. Storm activity is expected to increase near Caliente, Needles and Yucca. Heavy rain & flooding is the main concern. Some storms may produce small hail.

** As of 6:26pm PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning issued for parts of #MohaveCounty including Yucca, Arizona as well as parts of Interstate 40 between mile markers 16 and 36.

** As of 6:20pm PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a like yesterday, we’re monitoring developing storms across the region. The hot zones at the moment are in Lincoln and Mohave Counties, as well as areas of SW Utah. Next major impacts could be from Yucca, AZ towards Topock and Needles. Stay tuned!

** As of 6:10pm PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows scattered thunderstorms were spotted south of Kingman, Arizona, and east of Yucca, Arizona.

Use caution if driving along Route 66 and Interstate 40 for the scattered thunderstorms are nearby.

The scattered thunderstorms appear to be moving west.

Beware of flooded roadways in the area of the thunderstorms. If a roadway is flooded and closed, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.”

** More information is still coming into ZachNews. Please check back in soon. **

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered thunderstorms and blowing dust in area.

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered thunderstorms and blowing dust in area.

ZachNews has the latest information regarding scattered thunderstorms and blowing dust in the Colorado River Tri-State area on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018.

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** As of 6:20am PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018 (Final Update): **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms have cleared the Needles, California and Lake Havasu City, Arizona areas.

Be on watch throughout the day and evening just in case of any more scattered thunderstorms.

** As of 1:55am PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows more scattered thunderstorms south and southeast of Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

The scattered thunderstorms are moving west to southwest.

 

** As of 1:41am PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a cluster of showers and storms are approaching the 29 Palms, Yucca Vally, and Joshua Tree. These are expected to arrive between 2 am and 230 am. Expect brief heavy rain and wind gusts between 35-45 mph.

 

** As of 1:00am PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

Blowing dust blow into Needles, California as flashes of lightning lighted up the clouds surrounding the community.

 

** As of 12:50am PT on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows scattered thunderstorms were spotted south of Needles, California.

These scattered thunderstorms are seen far south of Lake Havasu City, Arizona and Parker, Arizona.

The scattered thunderstorms are moving west to southwest.

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that strong winds are likely to push west across San Bernardino County over the next 1-2 hours. Will likely impact SR-62, Twentynine Palms, Joshua Tree, and Yucca Valley with gusts to at least 45 MPH.

Beware of flooded roadways in the area of the thunderstorms. If a roadway is flooded and closed, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.”

** More information is still coming into ZachNews. Please check back in soon. **

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered storms popping up.

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered storms popping up.

ZachNews has the latest information regarding storms popping up in the Colorado River Tri-State area on Friday, July 13th, 2018.

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** As of 6:00pm PT on Friday, July 13th, 2018 (Final Update): **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms have cleared the Needles, California area.

** As of 3:31pm PT on Friday, July 13th, 2018: **

According to San Bernardino County Supervisor Robert Lovingood and Caltrans District 8, U.S. Route 95, between Nevada State Line and Interstate 40, Needles, California, is closed due to earlier flooding and now a train derailment. Unknown duration for recovery and investigation.

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** As of 3:25pm PT on Friday, July 13th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning issued for central San Bernardino County, California. One inch of rain has already fallen, and flash flooding is expected to begin shortly in areas such as Ludow, California and Amboy, California along Interstate 40.

** As of 2:18pm PT on Friday, July 13th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning issued for parts of San Bernardino County, California. Thunderstorms producing heavy rain across the area with up to one inch already fallen. Flash flooding should commence shortly. Impacted areas include parts of U.S. Route 95 and Interstate 40.

** As of 2:25pm PT on Friday, July 13th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain fall and possible lightning west of Needles, California.

Thunderstorms appear to be moving east and is over Route 66 and U.S. Route 95.

Beware of flooded roadways in area area of the thunderstorms, especially for Route 66 and U.S. Route 95.

If flooded and roadway is closed, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.”

Currently, light rain is falling and breezy, winds coming from the west.

** More information is still coming into ZachNews. Please check back in soon. **

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered storms approaching area.

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Scattered storms approaching area.

ZachNews has the latest information regarding storms approaching the Colorado River Tri-State area on Thursday, July 12th, 2018.

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** As of 10:20pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018 (Final Update): **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows all of the thunderstorms that were in the Colorado River Tri-State area have all lost strength, dissipated and moved out of the area.

** As of 815pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that they are getting reports of water across the road on Oatman-Topock Highway. Follow the example: when you encounter flooded roadways, TURN AROUND, DONT DROWN!

** As of 5:04pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that flash flooding has been reported in Golden Valley near Route 66. Water will continue to flow downstream toward Topock in the next few hours. Be alert if driving this evening, especially near Route 66 and Oatman-Topock Hwy.

** As of 4:59pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning issued for parts of San Bernardino County. Storms producing heavy rain and lightning along Hwy 62 on both sides of Vital Junction.

** As of 3:06pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning issued for central San Bernardino County, California including parts of Route 66 between Fenner, California and Goffs, California. Expect flash flooding to begin shortly.

** As of 3:04pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning issued for parts of San Bernardino County, California and Mohave County, Arizona including places such as Lake Havasu City, Arizona, Parker Dam, Arizona, and Desert Hills, Arizona. If you’re on Lake Havasu now, be prepared for heavy rain and lightning!

** As of 2:35pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning issued for central Clark County, Nevada and central Mohave County, Arizona. Flash flooding is expected to begin shortly.

 

** As of 1:54pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that 1.5 to 2.0 inches of rainfall in the Kingman / Golden Valley Area. Flash Flooding likely. Please do not drive through flooded waters. Sacramento Wash webcam in Golden Valley showing water beginning to flow quickly.

** As of 1:40pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows more thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain fall and possible lightning south of Needles, California, southeast of Goffs, California, east of Golden Shores, Arizona, east of Mohave Valley, Arizona, east of Bullhead City, Arizona and over Oatman, Arizona.

Prepare for possible moderate to heavy rainfall as well as more thunder and lightning.

Beware of flooded roadways in and around the Needles, California as well as the Colorado River Tri-State area.

If flooded and roadway is closed, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.”

** As of 1:29pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

Pictures by ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez shows a thunderstorm approaching Needles, California.
Thunder can be heard from this thunderstorm.
Prepare for possible moderate to heavy rainfall as well as more thunder and lightning.
Beware of flooded roadways in and around the Needles, California as well as the Colorado River Tri-State area.
If flooded and roadway is closed, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.”

 

** As of 1:23pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning for Kingman, Arizona and surrounding areas. Thunderstorms in the area are producing heavy rain that is likely to cause flash flooding. Do not drive through flooded roadways.

** As of 1:05pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows more thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain fall and possible lightning south of Needles, California and east of Golden Shores, Arizona.

** As of 12:23pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

Pictures by ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez shows water flowing across Lillyhill Drive and Bailey Avenue in Needles, California.

Beware of flooded roadways in and around the Needles, California as well as the Colorado River Tri-State area.

If flooded and roadway is closed, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.”

** As of 11:50am PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

Rain is falling in Needles, California.

Thunder heard over Needles, California as water flow down streets.

** As of 12:23pm PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning for Needles and surrounding areas until 2:30 pm. Use caution in this area.

 

** As of 11:20am PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018: **

 

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain fall and possible lightning south of Needles, California and southeast of Yucca, Arizona.

Thunderstorms appear to be moving north.

** More information is still coming into ZachNews. Please check back in soon. **

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Storms approaching area.

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Storms approaching area.

ZachNews has the latest information regarding storms approaching the Colorado River Tri-State area on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018.

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** As of 3:21am PT on Thursday, July 12th, 2018 (Final Update): **

According to Caltrans District 8, northbound U.S. Route 95 at Interstate 40, west of Needles, California, is open.

** As of 10:37pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

According to Caltrans District 8, northbound U.S. Route 95 at Interstate 40, west of Needles, California, is closed because of flooding.

At this moment, the duration of the closure  is unknown.

Motorists are told to visit: http://QuickMap.dot.ca.gov for traffic updates.

** As of 10:10pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows all of the thunderstorms that were in the Mohave Valley, Arizona; Golden Shores, Arizona; and Needles, California area have all lost strength, dissipated and moved out of the area. Some light rain fall remains southeast of Yucca, Arizona.

** As of 8:35pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

According to the Yucca Fire District, Alamo is now open from I-40 to La Cieniga. North of that is a mess. La Cieniga itself sustained very little damage from Cow Creek. Santa Fe Ranch is open from I-40 to Butch Cassidy. Butch Cassidy to Alamo is passable with care. Crystal Springs clear from Butch Cassidy to Jesse James. Roy Rodgers needs work from South of Cicio to Bronco. Carmen has washed that have run heavily but is passable with caution. Apache has washed that have run at McKenzie Wash and Flat Too Wash. Frontage Road is clear and passable with little washout. As always, please use caution when traveling after a storm. Washes may run after the rain has cleared. Please remember to Turn Around Don’t Drown.

The Yucca Fire District thanked Jim Federico for your help with Road checks tonight.

** As of 7:30pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

According to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue, at about 2:15pm MST Wednesday afternoon, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue received a call of multiple vehicles that had become stranded in washes along Alamo Road between mile post 3 to mile post 5. The occupants of the vehicles were able to self-rescue while rescuers were responding to the area. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue would like to encourage people to use extreme caution around running water – TURN AROUND, DON’T DROWN!

** As of 5:50pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

According to the City of Twentynine Palms, Adobe Road is open again. Please proceed with caution. The gates at Ocotillo and Split Rock remain closed. The gates at Tamarisk, Joe Davis, Bagdad and Bullion Mountain Road are also closed until tomorrow morning. Mesquite Springs Road between Sunnyslope and El Paseo and Larrea Avenue are flooded as well.

** As of 5:30pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

According to the City of Twentynine Palms, rain has caused some major flooding in the City. Adobe Road between Civic Center Drive and Gorgonio is down to one lane northbound and both lanes are closed heading southbound. The gates at Ocotillo and SplitRock are closed due to the overflow of water in the Wash. Please use caution when driving.

** As of 4:30pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that if you’re boating on Lake Havasu, be prepared for a potential wind shift! South winds may become northeast at 25MPH as that storm to the north moves away.

** As of 4:15pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning issued for Twentynine Palms, Yucca Valley, and Joshua Tree, CA along Highway 62. TURN AROUND, DONT DROWN!

** As of 4:12pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning including Twentynine Palms CA, Yucca Valley CA, Joshua Tree CA until 7:15 PM PDT

** As of 3:59pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning continues for Needles CA until 6:00 PM PDT.

** As of 3:20pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that they are getting reports now of road closure east of Laughlin on Oatman Highway. Turn Around, Don’t Drown!

** As of 3:09pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain fall, thunder and possible lightning around the Needles, California area, including the a large thunderstorm west of the community.

That thunderstorm was moving north to northwest, but is spreading out south and north, and may change directions again as they grows.

Windy conditions in Needles, California from the northwest, but no rain yet and is possible.

** As of 2:40pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows a thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain fall, thunder and possible lightning west and south of Needles, California and north in Mohave Valley, Arizona.

Rain and gusty winds may moving into the Needles, California and Mohave Valley, Arizona areas.

People in the area of the thunderstorms should be prepare for any weather related problems that could happen.

** As of 2:13pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

These pictures by ZachNews shows the thunderstorms west of Needles, California and north of Mohave Valley, Arizona.

** As of 2:00pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that monitoring some storm activity in and around the Kingman, Arizona and Laughlin, Nevada area.

** As of 1:52pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows a thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain fall and possible lightning southwest of Needles, California and east of Goffs, California.

Thunderstorms appear to be moving north or northwest.

Please use caution if driving in this area as the thunderstorms will be over Route 66, U.S. Route 95, and Interstate 40.

** As of 1:30pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning issued for central Mohave County, Arizona, including places such as Bullhead City, Arizona; GoldenValley, Arizona; and Highway 68.

** As of 1:20pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows a thunderstorm with moderate to heavy rain fall and possible lightning near Oatman, Arizona and along Highway 68 just east of Bullhead City, Arizona.

Thunderstorm appear to be moving north or northwest.

** As of 12:53pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **


This is a picture from ZachNews of the approaching storm near Yucca, Arizona and Topock, Arizona, clouds seen from Needles, California.

** As of 12:42pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning for Yucca, AZ and Topock, AZ including Alamo Rd due to heavy rainfall from nearby t-storms. Remember when roadways are flooded, Turn Around, Don’t Drown!

** As of 12:28pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows a thunderstorm with moderate to heavy rain fall and possible lightning approaching Interstate 40 and Route 66 near Yucca, Arizona.

Thunderstorm appear to be moving north or northwest.

** As of 12:17pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that heavy downpours and rainfall brought 0.43″ in just over 15 minutes to the Hualapais as it heads toward Kingman, Arizona.

** As of 12:05pm PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that Flash Flood Warning issued for parts of San Bernardino County, California including areas such as Baker, California; MountainPass, California; Amboy, California and Interstate 15 between mile markers 97 and 185 as well as Interstate 40 between mile markers 32 and 126.

** As of 11:53am PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain fall and possible lightning southeast of Golden Shores, Arizona and Needles, California; east of Yucca, Arizona; and near Kingman, Arizona.

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 also shows thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rain fall and possible lightning in the Mojave National Preserve, near Goffs, California; Essex, California; and Fenners, California.

Thunderstorms appear to be moving west or northwest.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for portions of Mohave County, Arizona until 11:00pm MST, this includes Kingman, Arizona and Yucca, Arizona.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for portions of San Bernardino County, Arizona until 11:00pm MST, this includes Goffs, California; Essex, California; and Fenners, California.

Please use caution driving in this area and get indoors if lightning is happening.

** As of 11:07am PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows a thunderstorms with heavy rain fall and lightning northeast and east of Goffs, California.

Thunderstorms appear to be moving west.

This is a picture from ZachNews of the thunderstorms, which you can see the clouds to the east of Needles Highway and the Colorado River.

Please use caution driving in this area along Route 66 and get indoors if lightning is happening.

** As of 8:30am PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the thunderstorm near Lake Havasu City, Arizona and the small storm system along U.S. Highway 95 just south of Needles, California has loss strength and is now mostly light and moderate to rain.

** As of 8:00am PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the thunderstorm continuing to move northwest along the Colorado River near Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

A small storm system has popped up along U.S. Highway 95 just south of Needles, California.

** As of 7:31am PT on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows a thunderstorm approaching the Lake Havasu City, Arizona and Havasu Lake, California areas.

Thunderstorms appear to be moving northwest.

Moderate to heavy rain is falling as well as possible lightning.

Reminder, if thunderstorms arrive in or near the Needles, California area, ZachNews will be broadcasting live at ZachNews on Facebook.

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Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Gusty winds and thunderstorms approaching area.

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Gusty winds and thunderstorms approaching area.

ZachNews has the latest information regarding gusty winds and thunderstorms approaching the Colorado River Tri-State area on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018.

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** As of 9:05pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018 (Final Update): **

Thunderstorms that were in the Mohave Valley, Arizona; Golden Shores, Arizona; and Needles, California area have all lost strength, dissipated and moved out of the area.

** As of 7:49pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a Flash Flood Warning for portions of San Bernardino County along Nipton Road and Monringstar Mine Road north of Cima until 10:45 pm.

** As of 7:35pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that storms over Mountain Pass, Nipton Road and Morningstar Mine Road are producing heavy rain and gusty winds. Drivers in the area are urged to slow down as conditions warrant.

** As of 6:18pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

Light to moderate rain and spotted heavy rain is over Needles, California and near Topock, Arizona.

Report that lightning can be seen outside in the area

** As of 6:18pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that Searchlight and Cal Nev Ari, and points along Highway 95 experiencing heavy rain, gusty winds and lightning. Driver use caution.

** As of 6:00pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that storms in Arizona having a hard time progressing west. But cannot rule out development of storms over the Las Vegas area just yet. There is a storm that just popped up south of Boulder City.

** As of 5:08pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a webcam shot from Golden Shores, Arizona, just east of Topock, Arizona and Needles, California area. Thunderstorms moving in. Expect heavy rain, gusty winds and lightning.

** As of 5:03pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

Pictures taken by ZachNews show the approaching thunderstorms to the east of Needles, California.

ZachNews is ready to broadcast live at ZachNews on Facebook if thunderstorms hit Needles, California.

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** Please Note: The Needles City Council and Needles Public Utility Authority Meeting will be broadcast live at 6:00pm PT tonight, but may be interrupted due to weather related news coverage. **

** As of 4:53pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that thunderstorms moving toward Lake Mohave including Cottonwood Cove, Katherine Landing and points in between. Boaters should seek shelter soon. Gusty winds and high waves can be expected.

** As of 4:40pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms continuing to approach Golden Shores, Arizona; Mohave Valley, Arizona; and Needles, California.

Thunderstorms appear to be moving west towards the Colorado River communities.

Patches of moderate to heavy rain is falling as well as gusty winds and lightning are possible.

Please use caution if driving, don’t drive through flooded roadways, and if lightning is flashing over your area, go indoors.

When thunderstorms arrive near or in the Needles, California area, ZachNews will be broadcasting live at ZachNews on Facebook.

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** As of 4:25pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that Kingman, Arizona and areas north are getting thunderstorms at the moment. These are headed west toward Chloride, Arizona; Dolan Springs, Arizona; and Golden Valley, Arizona over the next 1/2 hour. Gusty winds and heavy rain possible.

** As of 4:25pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms continuing to approach Kingman, Arizona; Golden Shores, Arizona; Mohave Valley, Arizona; and Needles, California.

** As of 4:00pm PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms approaching Kingman, Arizona; Golden Shores, Arizona; Mohave Valley, Arizona; and Needles, California.

Thunderstorms appear to be moving west towards the Colorado River communities.

Patches of moderate to heavy rain is falling as well as lightning seen.

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that storms are firing across Mohave county and pushing west.

Gusty winds and a few storms may develop near the Colorado River and regional lakes, and perhaps into the Vegas area late this evening.

Strong winds of near 50 mph have been recorded near Kingman this afternoon, and blowing dust is again possible. Beware of localized reduced visibility.

When thunderstorms arrive in or near the Needles, California area, ZachNews will be broadcasting live at ZachNews on Facebook.

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Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Thunderstorms approaching area.

Live Weather Alert!!: Monsoon 2018: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Thunderstorms approaching area.

ZachNews has the latest information regarding thunderstorms approaching the Colorado River Tri-State area on Monday, July 9th, 2018.

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** As of 2:45am PT on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018: (Last Update): **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows storm conditions near Needles, California; Kingman, Arizona; Lake Havasu City, Arizona; and Cal-Nev-Ari, Nevada have dissipated, loss strength and have move out of the area.

** As of 10:57pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that mostly scattered t-storms across much of Clark County, Nevada and Mohave County, Arizona as well as portions of eastern San Bernardino County, California. Expect lightning, gusty winds & possible flooding.

** As of 10:50pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rainfall as well as lightning is spotted east of Kingman, Arizona.

** As of 10:45pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms that were spotted east of Needles, California and south of Yucca, Arizona has loss most strength, but there is still scattered patches of moderate to heavy rainfall as well as lightning.

** As of 10:40pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez captured on camera lightning near Needles, California from the passing thunderstorms.

** As of 10:04pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

ZachNews was broadcasting live on Facebook reporting on the thunderstorms near Needles, California.

** As of 9:40pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms have been spotted east of Needles, California and south of Yucca, Arizona.

The thunderstorms appear to be moving west.

** As of 8:45pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorm system that was from Kingman, Arizona and widen out as the storm system made its way into the Colorado River communities has loss more strength for the most part.

The moderate to heavy rainfall has turned into mostly light rain and light warm breeze over Mohave Valley, Arizona and Needles, California.

But there is still spotted areas of moderate to heavy rainfall, and lightning continues throughout the area, including over Mohave Valley, Arizona and to the north in Needles, California.

** As of 7:56pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

ZachNews was broadcasting live on Facebook reporting the storm system near Needles, California.

** As of 7:50pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Drizzle falling in Needles, California and lightning can be seen in Mohave Valley, Arizona.

** As of 7:41pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that a weather and wave buoy on South Lake Mohave reported winds of 39 mph Gusts to 54 mph. Boaters need to take the summer monsoon weather seriously. It could be life or death.

** As of 7:30pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows rain, light rain and some spotted moderate to heavy rain approaching Fort Mohave, Arizona; Mohave Valley, Arizona and Needles, California.

** As of 7:25pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the thunderstorm is over Lake Mohave.

The large size thunderstorm appears to have broken a part with a system over Lake Mohave and another over Arizona State Route 68 just east of Bullhead City, Arizona.

Both systems still showing moderate to heavy rain falling and lightning.

Please use caution if driving in this area and watch for flooding; do not drive through a flooded roadway.

** As of 7:15pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the thunderstorm at Lake Mohave.

The large size thunderstorm is to the north and northeast of Bullhead City, Arizona.

** As of 7:05pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the thunderstorm that over U.S. Route 95 near Cal-Nev-Ari, Nevada is slowly losing strength.

** As of 7:00pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that storms currently across southern Nevada and northern Arizona may congeal into a cluster of storms that could move across northeastern Clark County, Nevada into the Las Vegas, Nevada valley later tonight. Stay alert and continue to follow us for more updates as this scenario evolves.

** As of 6:58pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the thunderstorm that was near Kingman, Arizona is near Lake Mohave, just northeast of Bullhead City, Arizona.

Please use caution if driving in this area and watch for flooding; do not drive through a flooded roadway.

If on the water, starting moving to shore and get inside out of the thunderstorm. Do not be outside or in the water during a thunderstorm.

** As of 6:45pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows a thunderstorm that has broken a part a bit but still producing moderate to heavy rain fall and lightning over U.S. Route 95 near Cal-Nev-Ari, Nevada.

** As of 6:25pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows a thunderstorm that has popped up just east of U.S. Route 95, southeast of Cal-Nev-Ari, Nevada and northeast of Goffs, California.

The thunderstorm appears to be moving on the weather radar west to southwest.

Please use caution if driving in this area and watch for flooding; do not drive through a flooded roadway.

** As of 6:25pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows that thunderstorm with the Haboob.

The thunderstorm appears to be moving on the weather radar west to southwest.

** As of 6:22pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page the Haboob that is moving across central Mohave County, Arizona has moved across Kingman, Arizona is currently moving across portions of U.S. Route 93 near Dolan Springs, Arizona. This wall of dust may make it all the way to Las Vegas, Nevada later this evening shortly after sunset.

Please use caution if driving in the Haboob area. Remember to never stop on a roadway during a dust storm or Haboob. Please safely pull your vehicle off the road as far as possible if you see dust approaching the road. Turn off your vehicle ‘s lights and take your foot off the brake after placing it in park. Stay there until the dust storm has passed.

People in the the path of the Haboob remember to put a mask over your nose and mouth. If you have a respirator or mask designed to filter out small particulates, put it on immediately. Protect your eyes from the dust an protect yourself from flying objects blowing around in the dust storm or Haboob. Look for shelter, get inside and wait out the dust storm or Haboob.

** As of 6:05pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the thunderstorms that were heading towards the Lake Havasu City, Arizona area have loss strength and is mostly rain, possibly light rain falling.

** As of 6:01pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page a visual of the leading edge of a Haboob heading towards Highway 93 near Kingman, AZ. Confirmed zero visibility with this wall of dust moving westward at 40-50MPH. Do NOT attempt to drive through this!

** As of 5:55pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the thunderstorm that has blowing dust moving near the Kingman, Arizona area.

** As of 5:50pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows the thunderstorms that were heading towards the Lake Havasu City, Arizona area losing strength but still has some spotty moderate to heavy rain fall.

** As of 5:46pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that strong thunderstorms moving moving into Kingman, AZ right now. Gusts up to 50 mph, heavy rain and blowing dust possible.

** As of 5:36pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that Hualapai Valley Observatory north of Kingman, AZ right now! Wow! Dust Storm occurring. Those in the area use caution.

** As of 5:31pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that blowing dust north of Kingman near Valle Vista. If travelling by car, use caution and slow down.

** As of 5:28pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page this video of dust moving in from the east towards Lake Havasu.

** As of 5:12pm PT on Monday, July 9th, 2018: **

Weather radar from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 shows thunderstorms heading towards the Lake Havasu City, Arizona area.

The thunderstorms appears to be moving southwest.

The National Weather Service has posted on their official Twitter page that storms moving in from the east across #MohaveCounty will produce strong #winds up to 40-45 MPH. Winds are expected to reach Lake Havasu between 5:40PM-6PM this evening. If driving, keep both hands on the wheel in case of sudden crosswinds.

** More information is still coming into ZachNews. Please check back in soon. **

News Update!!: California: Latest information on the Tsunami Advisory.

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News Update!!: California: Latest information on the Tsunami Advisory.

** As of 12:30pm PT on Thursday, September 17th, 2015: **

– According to the National Tsunami Warning Center, there are no Tsunami Advisories currently issued.

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** As of 8:12am PT on Thursday, September 17th, 2015: **

– The Tsunami Advisory along the coastline of California, from San Onofre State Beach in San Clemente, California to Ragged Point, California, is expected to be lifted around 12:00pm PT on Thursday, September 17th, 2015.

The first waves hit California beaches around 5:00am PT at low tide and high tide is expected to hit shortly before 12:00pm PT and may reach a foot higher than average; may be as big as three feet or more.

According to the Orange County Emergency Operations Center, all Orange County, California beaches, harbors, and marinas that were shut down, but reopened by 6:00am PT.

No evacuations have been ordered, but the Orange County Sheriff’s Department was warning the public to stay out of the water.

All Los Angeles County, California beaches were also open, However, officials still warned swimmers and boaters that the stronger currents and waves could be dangerous.

The dangerous conditions also prompted the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to issue a similar advisory of warning the public to stay out of the water.

While no significant coastal flooding was expected, the National Tsunami Warning Center warned that potential impacts for areas under the tsunami advisory may include strong current or waves that could be dangerous to those in or very near the water.

Additionally, currents could be hazardous to swimmers, boaters and coastal structures hours after the tsunami arrived.

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** As of 4:00am PT on Thursday, September 17th, 2015: **

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– At 6:43pm PT on Wednesday, September 16th, 2015, the National Tsunami Warning Center issued a Tsunami Advisory at for the coastline of California.

The Tsunami Advisory is from San Onofre State Beach in San Clemente, California to Ragged Point, California.

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The Tsunami Advisory includes coastline beaches and harbors in Orange County, California; Los Angeles County, California; Ventura County, California; Santa Barbara County, California, and San Luis Obispo County, California.

According to the National Tsunami Warning Center, waves should reach the California coastline in the morning of Thursday, September 17th, 2015.

– Newport Beach, California at 4:46am PT at less then 1 feet.

– Los Angeles Harbor at 4:47am PT at less then 1 feet.

– Santa Barbara, California at 5:06am PT at less then 1 feet.

– Port San Luis, California at 5:10am PT at less then 1 feet.

The National Tsunami Warning Center is asking the public to stay out of the ocean, off the beaches, stay away from harbors and marinas, and do not climb on jetties or piers near the waters edge.

According to the National Tsunami Warning Center, the Tsunami Advisory will remain in effect until further notice.

** Source: National Tsunami Warning Center: **

http://ntwc.arh.noaa.gov/events/PAAQ/2015/09/16/nuskyv/4/WEAK51/WEAK51.txt

** Closures: **

– For San Diego County, California:

Waves are forecast to be from 4 to 8 inches, which was not enough to place the county under the Tsunami Advisory.

– For Orange County, California:

According to the Orange County Emergency Operations Center (E.O.C.), all Orange County beaches, piers, and harbors will be closed at 4:00am PT and Dana Point Harbor closed at 2:00am PT on Thursday, September 17th, 2015, but no evacuation orders have been issued.

The Tsunami Advisory has prompted the Orange County Sheriff’s Department to shut down all beaches, marinas, and harbors as a precaution.

– For Los Angeles County, California:

At this moment, no closures were ordered, but authorities urged residents to use caution.

Office of Emergency Management Officials in Los Angeles County, California say that they were monitoring the situation in coordination with California State Emergency Officials.

– For Ventura County, California:

At this moment, no closures were ordered, but authorities urged residents to use caution.

– For San Luis Obispo County, California:

All beaches on Vandenberg Air Force Base, California’s coastline are closed until further notice.

Vandenberg Air Force Base Personnel were advised to avoid near by beaches and shorelines in the Vandenberg Air Force Base, California area.

The beaches affected in the Vandenberg Air Force Base, California area includes Surf, Minuteman, Wall, and Brown Beach near Point Sal State Beach.

** Pictures from the National Weather Service and the National Tsunami Warning Center: **

Live Breaking News!!: California: Tsunami Advisory!!

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Live Breaking News!!: California: Tsunami Advisory!!

At 6:43pm PT on Wednesday, September 16th, 2015, the National Tsunami Warning Center issued a Tsunami Advisory at for the coastline of California.

The Tsunami Advisory is from San Onofre State Beach in San Clemente, California to Ragged Point, California.

The Tsunami Advisory includes coastline beaches and harbors in Orange County, California; Los Angeles County, California; Ventura County, California; Santa Barbara County, California, and San Luis Obispo County, California.

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According to the National Tsunami Warning Center, waves should reach the California coastline in the morning of Thursday, September 17th, 2015.

– Newport Beach, California at 4:46am PT at less then 1 feet.

– Los Angeles Harbor at 4:47am PT at less then 1 feet.

– Santa Barbara, California at 5:06am PT at less then 1 feet.

– Port San Luis, California at 5:10am PT at less then 1 feet.

The National Tsunami Warning Center is asking the public to stay out of the ocean, off the beaches, stay away from harbors and marinas, and do not climb on jetties or piers near the waters edge.

According to the National Tsunami Warning Center, the Tsunami Advisory will remain in effect until further notice.

** Source: National Tsunami Warning Center: **

http://ntwc.arh.noaa.gov/events/PAAQ/2015/09/16/nuskyv/4/WEAK51/WEAK51.txt

** Closures: **

– For San Diego County, California:

Waves are forecast to be from 4 to 8 inches, which was not enough to place the county under the Tsunami Advisory.

– For Orange County, California:

According to the Orange County Emergency Operations Center (E.O.C.), all Orange County beaches, piers, and harbors will be closed at 4:00am PT and Dana Point Harbor closed at 2:00am PT on Thursday, September 17th, 2015, but no evacuation orders have been issued.

The Tsunami Advisory has prompted the Orange County Sheriff’s Department to shut down all beaches, marinas, and harbors as a precaution.

– For Los Angeles County, California:

At this moment, no closures were ordered, but authorities urged residents to use caution.

Office of Emergency Management Officials in Los Angeles County, California say that they were monitoring the situation in coordination with California State Emergency Officials.

– For Ventura County, California:

At this moment, no closures were ordered, but authorities urged residents to use caution.

– For San Luis Obispo County, California:

All beaches on Vandenberg Air Force Base, California’s coastline are closed until further notice.

Vandenberg Air Force Base Personnel were advised to avoid near by beaches and shorelines in the Vandenberg Air Force Base, California area.

The beaches affected in the Vandenberg Air Force Base, California area includes Surf, Minuteman, Wall, and Brown Beach near Point Sal State Beach.

 

** Pictures from the National Weather Service and the National Tsunami Warning Center: **