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Flash flood watch means storms for the valley.

A flash flood watch is in effect for parts of southern Nevada including Mt. Charleston and southern Clark County near Searchlight and Laughlin until 8:00 tonight.  It’s all because the monsoonal flow is back and will be bringing the chance for thunderstorms to Las Vegas throughout the weekend.  Temperatures won’t vary much throughout the weekend with highs around 104-105° in the valley with partly to mostly cloudy skies most days.  The increase in cloud cover will inhibit thunderstorm formation in the valley but won’t do much to stop it in the mountains where instability will be greater.  Also farther south in eastern California where deeper moisture is present many more storms will fire off potentially creating a hazardous travel situation for anyone heading to LA or anywhere in southern California.  As for Las Vegas, our best shot for storms will be late Friday and Saturday as the moisture plume lifts northeast and drifts over top of the Las Vegas valley.  Thunderstorms will be scattered at best but any storms that do form will bring gusty winds, frequent lightning and the potential for flash flooding.  We’ll dry out and warm slightly by Monday with sunshine coming back and temperatures pushing 106° mid-week.

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