Kingman – Kingman received 0.03 inches of rain in its first thunderstorm of the year on Monday, May 15.
On Tuesday, May 16th, there was a 20% chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. Humidity hit 23% on Tuesday. More rain and thunderstorms are possible throughout the week, according to the National Weather Service’s Las Vegas office.
“Today’s weather patterns are characterized by significantly warmer than normal temperatures across the region and an increased chance of showers and thunderstorms. The primary concentration of today’s storms will be throughout central and eastern Mojave County.” The National Weather Service Las Vegas office wrote on Facebook.
On Wednesday, May 17th, there is a 10% chance of thunderstorms after 11am, with a high of 90 degrees. Thursday, May 18th will be mostly sunny with highs of 88 degrees Celsius and gusty winds of up to 45 mph.
Highs will be 87 degrees Celsius on Friday, May 19, with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in the evening. At this time, there is also a chance of showers and thunderstorms on Saturday, May 20.
The National Weather Service’s Las Vegas office said, “A region with limited moisture circulating in the area and a stubbornly unstable high pressure system will result in warmer-than-normal temperatures this week and occasional isolated thunderstorms over the mountains in the afternoon. will occur,” he said.
In Arizona, the official monsoon season runs from June 15th to September 30th. The National Weather Service’s Las Vegas office said the monsoon season may appear to be starting early, but the current weather is due to unusual sky patterns. monsoon.