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FIRST LOOK: Storm System To Impact Arizona on Wednesday Into Thursday, Thunderstorm Dynamics Lining Up For Western Half Of The State

FIRST LOOK: Storm System To Impact Arizona on Wednesday Into Thursday, Thunderstorm Dynamics Lining Up For Western Half Of The State

Hello again everyone. I am 90% better and able to get back to work now after I was majorly sick. Well no click-bait there huh. I practically put the entire forecast in one sentence so what do I say now? A storm exiting Southern California by Wednesday will bring a dose of heavy rain, some mountain snow, and thunderstorms to […]

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Winter Storm Watch

Winter Storm Watch

Issued Zones:  Arizona Mountain Rim Cities To The North Rim Of The Grand Canyon Site:  Arizona Weather Force has issued a Winter Storm Watch effective starting Wednesday … Date:  3/15/20 at 11:00am PT Forecast: A cold system will reach the area by mid- week.  The snow levels with it in the beginning on Wednesday will be around 5,300 to 5,700 […]

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FINAL RAINFALL FORECAST:  Heavy Rain and Thunderstorms To Impact Arizona Through End Week

FINAL RAINFALL FORECAST: Heavy Rain and Thunderstorms To Impact Arizona Through End Week

This is the Arizona Weather Force Rainfall Forecast for Arizona through the end of the week.   There isn’t much to talk about at the moment.  I will be addressing Thursday’s thunderstorm outbreak in the next day. As you know, just as Southern California Weather Force has a service for members with micro-climate alerts, Arizona Weather Force does as well and […]

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Arizona Weather Force Flood Watch Issued For Parts of Arizona, Effective Late Tuesday Night through Thursday; Thunderstorm Zone Details Included

Arizona Weather Force Flood Watch Issued For Parts of Arizona, Effective Late Tuesday Night through Thursday; Thunderstorm Zone Details Included

Arizona Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch effective Tuesday night through Thursday for parts of Arizona.  Read on for details … A storm system is fast approaching the area and flood risk numbers are showing up with the National Weather Force Network models.  Lead-time for a flood watch criteria means that this will be upgraded to Flood Advisory and […]

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Atmospheric River System To Impact Arizona With Heavy Rain and Thunderstorms Along With High Snow Levels Tuesday into Wednesday

Atmospheric River System To Impact Arizona With Heavy Rain and Thunderstorms Along With High Snow Levels Tuesday into Wednesday

Well, remember back on March 2nd I told you to take your flood precautions?  That was your eight day warning and now we are at four days and numbers have not changed.  Arizona will be hit by a strong Atmospheric River (Pineapple Express) event starting Tuesday, maximizing Tuesday night, and going into some of Wednesday, before being gone on Thursday.  […]

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Official March 2020 Forecast For The Southwestern United States; California Called On To Prepare Flood Precautions Now

Official March 2020 Forecast For The Southwestern United States; California Called On To Prepare Flood Precautions Now

Well here we are, as projected a month back, we are looking at a pattern change for the Spring months and March 2020 will bring a good amount of rainfall and those in California need to take their Flood Precautions now, likely above average for the month, to the entire Southwestern United States so read on for details whether you […]

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Rain Forecast Through Tuesday Across Arizona; Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Monday Has Officially Begun for Central/Western Arizona, Including The Phoenix Valley

Rain Forecast Through Tuesday Across Arizona; Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Monday Has Officially Begun for Central/Western Arizona, Including The Phoenix Valley

The Arizona Weather Force Rainfall Forecast has been released and it is valid through Tuesday.  The AZWF Thunderstorm Watch issued yesterday evening for today has officially begun, and it will go through till sunset.  Read on for details. Self explanatory on the rain model.  There is a key that shows the thunderstorm risk zone for Monday as well as the […]

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First Look:  Gusty Winds Sunday Followed By Risk Of Thunderstorms In The Phoenix Areas By Monday and Mountain Snow above 5,000 FT Across Arizona

First Look: Gusty Winds Sunday Followed By Risk Of Thunderstorms In The Phoenix Areas By Monday and Mountain Snow above 5,000 FT Across Arizona

A pesky upper level low is going to enter California on Sunday, starting gusty winds across Arizona where I’ve issued a High Wind Warning and Wind Advisory for some.  This will be followed by the storm itself moving in, which will bring the risk of showers and even scattered thunderstorms to the Western half of the state, which includes the […]

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High Wind Warning and Wind Advisory

High Wind Warning and Wind Advisory

Issued Zones:  Northern half of Arizona … Southwest AZ CO River Valley … Site:  Arizona Weather Force has issued a High Wind Warning and Wind Advisory effective now for Sunday … Date:  2/29/20 at 1:30pm local Forecast: An upper level system will move near Southern California on Sunday.  This will provide Arizona with a strong onshore flow out of the […]

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Storm Moves Out Of Arizona Overnight Tonight After Having Heavy Rain and Thunderstorms In Spots;  Next Storm Pattern After March 1st Being Monitored

Storm Moves Out Of Arizona Overnight Tonight After Having Heavy Rain and Thunderstorms In Spots; Next Storm Pattern After March 1st Being Monitored

Previous update discussion – https://www.facebook.com/ArizonaWeatherForce/photos/a.119632656096186/210490727010378/   The rainfall forecast did extremely well across the state today. The image here shows what I talked about yesterday in stating that KINGMAN would be the winner for the most thunderstorm dynamics across the state and this image from earlier this evening (outlined-red) shows just that.   Not much to talk about, the system […]

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