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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LAS VEGAS NV

1256 AM PST MON MAR 03 2014

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...

..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....

..REMARKS..

1215 PM DUST STORM 4 ESE WEST WIND AERO 34.07N 115.86W

02/28/2014 SAN BERNARDINO CA TRAINED SPOTTER

BLOWING DUST AND VISIBILITY REDUCED TO NEAR ZERO.

0200 PM FLASH FLOOD 3 NE YUCCA VALLEY 34.14N 116.40W

02/28/2014 SAN BERNARDINO CA BROADCAST MEDIA

YUCCA VALLEY PUBLIC WORKS CREWS CLOSED SEVERAL ROADS DUE

TO FLASH FLOODING INCLUDING PAXTON AVENUE AT BALSA

AVENUE...INDIO AND YUCCA MESA ROADS AT THE YUCCA WASH AND

GRAND AND PALM AVENUES BETWEEN CASSIA AND LITTLE LEAGUE

DRIVE.

0400 PM FLASH FLOOD 13 SSW SEARLES VALLEY 35.61N 117.52W

02/28/2014 SAN BERNARDINO CA NEWSPAPER

FLASH FLOODING COVERED RANDSBURG WASH ROAD JUST EAST OF

TRONA ROAD. THE EVENT TIME IS ESTIMATED.

0400 PM HEAVY RAIN 3 W LAS VEGAS 36.18N 115.21W

02/28/2014 E0.20 INCH CLARK NV BROADCAST MEDIA

RAIN CAUSED A POWER OUTAGE NEAR WASHINGTON AND DECATUR.

1263 CUSTOMERS LOST POWER FOR ABOUT 20 MINUTES.

0416 PM HEAVY RAIN 11 ENE NORTH LAS VEGAS 36.32N 114.95W

02/28/2014 E0.20 INCH CLARK NV BROADCAST MEDIA

RAIN SHORTED OUT A SENSOR IN A UNION PACIFIC CROSSING

SENSOR ALONG LAS VEGAS BLVD CAUSING THE CROSSING ARMS TO

MALFUNCTION.

0503 PM NON-TSTM WND GST 3 NE MT. CHARLESTON 36.32N 115.57W

02/28/2014 M77.00 MPH CLARK NV MESONET

A SENSOR AT AN ELEVATION OF 8818 FT RECORDED A PEAK GUST

OF 77 MPH AT 1702. GUSTS OVER 70 MPH REPORTED FROM 1632

UNTIL 1832.

0634 PM FLASH FLOOD 6 ENE STOVEPIPE WELLS 36.63N 117.05W

02/28/2014 INYO CA LAW ENFORCEMENT

CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL REPORTED HIGHWAY 190 WASHED OUT

AND A VEHICLE WAS STUCK IN 2 FEET OF DEBRIS.

0700 PM FLASH FLOOD 17 WSW DEATH VALLEY JUN 36.22N 116.71W

02/28/2014 INYO CA PARK/FOREST SRVC

THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE REPORTED DEBRIS WASHED ONTO

DANTES VIEW ROAD. THE EVENT TIME IS AN ESTIMATE.

0729 PM HIGH SUST WINDS 5 ENE SLOAN 35.97N 115.13W

02/28/2014 M46.00 MPH CLARK NV AWOS

HENDERSON EXECUTIVE AIRPORT MEASURED SUSTAINED WINDS OF

46 MPH.

0800 PM HEAVY RAIN LAS VEGAS 36.17N 115.15W

02/28/2014 E0.25 INCH CLARK NV BROADCAST MEDIA

*** 8 INJ *** SINCE 3 PM METRO HAS RESPONDED TO 43

ACCIDENTS DUE TO THE RAIN.

1035 PM NON-TSTM WND GST RACHEL 37.63N 115.72W

02/28/2014 M55.00 MPH LINCOLN NV MESONET

CMP19 REPORTS GUST TO 55 MPH AT AN ELEVATION OF 4850 FT.

ALSO RECEIVED REPORTS OF MINOR WIND RELATED DAMAGE TO

PARTS OF TOWN.

0200 AM HEAVY SNOW 4 SSE ASPENDELL 37.18N 118.56W

03/01/2014 E21.0 INCH INYO CA MESONET

SOUTH LAKE ESTIMATED 21 INCHES OF NEW SNOWFALL ON FRIDAY,

FEBRUARY 28. ELEVATION 9600 FEET.

0200 AM HEAVY SNOW 5 SSE ASPENDELL 37.16N 118.56W

03/01/2014 E18.0 INCH INYO CA MESONET

SAWMILL ESTIMATED 18 INCHES OF NEW SNOWFALL ON FRIDAY,

FEBRUARY 28. ELEVATION 10200 FEET.

0200 AM HEAVY SNOW 11 WNW OWENS VALLEY RAW 37.46N 118.74W

03/01/2014 E16.0 INCH INYO CA MESONET

ROCK CREEK LAKES ESTIMATED 16 INCHES OF NEW SNOW ON

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. ELEVATION 9700 FEET.

0200 AM HEAVY SNOW ASPENDELL 37.23N 118.58W

03/01/2014 M25.0 INCH INYO CA TRAINED SPOTTER

TRAINED SPOTTER IN ASPENDELL AT AN ELEVATION OF 8500 FEET

RECORDED A TOTAL OF 25 INCHES OF SNOW. THIS TOTAL WAS

FROM FRIDAY MORNING THROUGH EARLY SATURDAY MORNING.

0200 AM SNOW 4 ESE MT. CHARLESTON 36.26N 115.54W

03/01/2014 M3.4 INCH CLARK NV CO-OP OBSERVER

CO-OP OBSERVER MEASURED 3.4 INCHES AT MT CHARLESTON NDF

STATION IN KYLE CANYON AT 7450 FEET FROM FRIDAY EVENING

INTO EARLY SATURDAY MORNING.

0200 AM HEAVY SNOW 6 SE SOUTH LAKE 37.13N 118.47W

03/01/2014 E21.0 INCH INYO CA MESONET

BIG PINE CREEK ESTIMATED 21 INCHES OF NEW SNOWFALL ON

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. ELEVATION 9800 FEET.

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