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Dr. Daniel Swain 9h
Another big heatwave headed for California next week. Get ready for a potentially very long-duration stretch of very hot conditions nearly essentially statewide. Not quite as hot as SoCal record breaker 2 weeks ago, but very impressive nonetheless.
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WeatherNation Jul 14
WOW!! Have you seen the sky like this before? The Milky Way was captured over the Pacific Ocean this weekend!
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NWS Sacramento Jul 18
Downtown Sacramento reached 105 degrees today. This was the hottest day so far this year.
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The Real Big Picture Jul 11
Palm Springs, California, severe thunderstorm moments ago!!! Whoa!!! Who says it’s all sunshine in SoCal?!
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NWS Las Vegas 12h
HEAT building over the area next week. We could be hitting the hottest tempatures of the Summer season next week.
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🌊Trudy🌊 4h
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NWS Phoenix 5h
Still looking like the hottest temperatures of the year are expected on Tuesday. Phoenix forecast high is 115, Yuma 116. The Excessive Heat Watch begins Monday and has been extended into Wednesday, and includes the Phoenix and Yuma areas and into southeast California.
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NWS Los Angeles Jul 18
At 1130am...a cluster of thunderstorms from West Hollywood to Santa Monica is moving west toward Topanga and Malibu. When Thunder Roars Go Indoors!
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NWS Reno 2h
***Flash Flood Warning*** T-storms producing heavy rain moving toward the burn scar of the Slinkard Fire. Flash flooding is expected to begin shortly if the rainfall intensity remains the same or increases. Locations that will experience flooding include Topaz Lake.
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NWS Hanford Jul 18
Air Quality Alert continues due to smoke from the . Stanislaus and Merced counties added in addition to Mariposa, Madera, Fresno and Tulare counties.
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RVC Fires Jul 18
: All eyes are on an impressive complex of nocturnal Thunderstorms pushing over Eastern Riverside County now. Models indicate the remains of it will arrive over Western Riverside in the ball park of around 4-5AM!
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NWS Los Angeles Jul 18
Easterly Wave steering a cluster of thunderstorms around Palm Springs towards the coast. Expect this MCS to dissipate some as it reaches Orange County and southern L.A. County this morning. Possible thunder to the coast.
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John Shrable Jul 18
Downtown San Francisco is down there somewhere but there's still plenty to look at regardless once you head above the fog. Just take in this sunrise!
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John Lindsey Jul 17
Monsoonal moisture will stream over the Central Coast Wednesday into Saturday. This moisture could produce scattered rain showers & thunderstorms, including the possibility of dry lightning as most of the rain will fall as virga, evaporating before reaching the ground.
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NWS San Diego 14h
Another is on the way and looks to be prolonged as a strong ridge aloft moves overhead next week.
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Haley Clawson KESQ Jul 11
Flash Flood Warning has been extended until 7:45PM
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NWS Hanford 12h
This morning's sunrise photo from the NWS San Joaquin Valley office captures a combination of high clouds and smoke aloft from the .
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NWS Bay Area 13h
Big warm-up expected over the next 6-10 days across the western United States per the latest CPC temperature outlook with good chances of above-normal temperatures.
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John Shrable Jul 18
Fog thick along the coast with visibility below half a mile to get things started today. Here's the Golden Gate Bridge... just one of the areas you may see this morning on the especially foggy side.
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Daniel Alrick 5h
Spotted a circumhorizontal arc over San Francisco, looking south from downtown. Formed by refraction of light by ice crystals in the cirrus clouds moving in.
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