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A flash flood watch remains for the valley

A flash flood watch remains in effect for Clark, Nye, Esmeralda and Mohave County until 11pm this evening.  Deep monsoonal moisture will bring the chance for thunderstorms today around noon through the afternoon.  The greatest threat will be in the mountains with Mt. Charleston and the sheep range getting the majority of the thunderstorm activity but some storms and showers could wander into the valley.  Any thunderstorms that do form will carry with them the threat for flooding rain, frequent lightning and gusty winds.  The atmosphere is certainly saturated and any storms that do form could drop a very quick inch of rain if they park over one area for long enough.  The biggest question will be the amount of cloud cover since more clouds will not allow the storms to form whereas more sunshine will mean more thunderstorms due to  greater surface heating.  Temperatures will be mild today compared to normal with highs reaching the mid and upper 90s around the region and many areas barely breaking out of the low 90s.  We’ll have a drastic influx of much drier air for Sunday which will keep the skies clearer but will also allow the temperatures to jump back to normal.  Highs will be around 104° for Sunday and even warmer with very dry conditions for the rest of the week.

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