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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LAS VEGAS NV
459 AM PDT WED MAY 4 2016

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...DISCUSSION FROM RNOFWFVEF...

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE OFF THE CALIFORNIA COAST WILL BRING
INCREASING SOUTH WINDS ALONG WITH ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES TO THE
REGION TODAY. GUSTY WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE INTO
THURSDAY...BUT TEMPERATURES WILL START TO COOL. INCREASING CHANCES
OF VALLEY RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW ARE EXPECTED THURSDAY THROUGH
SUNDAY ALONG WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS.
TEMPERATURES WILL BE WELL BELOW NORMAL FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY.


...DISCUSSION FROM LAXFWFSGX...


A COOLING TREND WILL DEVELOP NEAR THE COAST AND SPREAD INLAND AS A
SLOW MOVING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER THE EASTERN PACIFIC MOVES
TOWARD THE CALIFORNIA COAST. THE MARINE LAYER WILL DEEPEN
SIGNIFICANTLY TONIGHT INTO THURSDAY WITH PATCHY DRIZZLE POSSIBLE.
FOR THURSDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT...THE LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM WILL MOVE INLAND THROUGH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND INTO THE
SOUTHWEST STATES WITH SHOWERS AND A SLIGHT CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS.
STRONG WESTERLY WINDS FOR PARTS OF THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS
THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT. SHOWERS WILL GRADUALLY TAPER OFF OVER
THE WEEKEND...MAINLY DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING WITH
GREATEST COVERAGE OVER THE MOUNTAINS. FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER WILL
FOLLOW MONDAY AND TUESDAY.


...DISCUSSION FROM PHXFWFPSR...


THE HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER THE REGION WILL WEAKEN TODAY AS A NEW
PACIFIC COLD FRONT APPROACHES THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COAST THIS
AFTERNOON...THEN MOVES ACROSS ARIZONA THURSDAY AFTERNOON. THE
APPROACHING COLD FRONT TODAY WILL RESULT IN GUSTY AFTERNOON SOUTH
WINDS 15 TO 25 MPH AREA-WIDE. MINIMUM RELATIVE HUMIDITIES TODAY WILL
RANGE FROM 6 TO 10 PERCENT. GUSTY WINDS WILL DIMINISH OVERNIGHT...
HOWEVER THE INLAND MOVING COLD FRONT THURSDAY WILL RESULT IN
STRONGER SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST WINDS...MAINLY ACROSS SOUTHWEST AND
SOUTH CENTRAL ARIZONA. DUE TO LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY AND HIGH FIRE
DANGER THURSDAY AFTERNOON...A RED FLAG WARNING IS POSTED.


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457 AM PDT WED MAY 4 2016

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE OFF THE CALIFORNIA COAST WILL BRING
INCREASING SOUTH WINDS ALONG WITH ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES TO THE
REGION TODAY. GUSTY WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE INTO
THURSDAY...BUT TEMPERATURES WILL START TO COOL. INCREASING CHANCES
OF VALLEY RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW ARE EXPECTED THURSDAY THROUGH
SUNDAY ALONG WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS.
TEMPERATURES WILL BE WELL BELOW NORMAL FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY.

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