Today we head off to Lake Havasu City, a lovely spring break destination. It’s a bit early for those shenanigans though, so lets see how they’re faring as we start to bring meteorological winter to a close.
At 12:15pm MST, the temperature at Havasu City, AZ was 50 degrees under partly cloudy skies. One system is working through the Four Corners region as it rounds the bast of a broader trough hanging out over the Western US. Another system is working down through the Pacific Northwest, bringing some light snow to the likes of Seattle and Portland. This feature will continue working southward through the Sierra’s, but not before Lake Havasu enjoys a fairly sunny and pleasant day. Clouds will increase a bit on Friday as the system works through the Great Basin, and a while a few isolated showers fester over the area, I expect Lake Havasu to remain dry through Friday, albeit a smidgen cooler.
Thursday: Sunny. High 65, Low 38.
Friday: Partly cloudy. High 61, Low 43.
TWC: Thursday: Sunny. High 64, Low 38.
Friday: Partly cloudy. High 59, Low 46.
AW: Thursday: Cool with clouds and sun. High 65, Low 37.
Friday: Cool with clouds and sun. High 60, Low 43.
NWS: Thursday: Sunny. High 66, Low 41.
Friday: Slight chance of showers, mostly sunny. High 61, Low 46.
WB: Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 61, Low 41.
Friday: Partly sunny. High 57, Low 52.
WN: Thursday: NONE PROVIDED
Friday: NONE PROVIDED
FIO: Thursday: Clear throughout the day. high 65, Low 34.
Friday: Mostly cloudy starting in the morning, isolated midday shower. High 60, Low 42.
We see a system pushing its way through the Four Corners region while another one is digging its way down through the Pacific Northwest. This latter system looks to bring some clouds and maaaaybe a shower into the region as we head into the weekend.