Aviation Forecasts Discussions (AFD) INFO

(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS65 KVEF 201137)


    For McCarran...A low pressure system moving over
    southern Nevada today will produce west winds early this morning
    followed by northwest winds developing around 18Z and persist
    through the afternoon and overnight hours with gusts generally 20-25
    knots. SCT-BKN cloud bases of 7-8 Kft can be expected, but clouds
    may briefly lower to 5-6 Kft in the afternoon with showers
    possible in the terminal area between 20Z and 23Z. Skies will
    clear early this evening as the systems pulls away to the east.
    
    For the rest of southern Nevada, northwest Arizona and southeast
    California...A low pressure system moving over southern Nevada
    today will produce scattered to numerous rain showers and snow
    showers with MVFR conditions over portions of southeast Nevada and
    northwest Arizona near the Utah border. Elsewhere, SCT-BKN clouds
    bases between 7-10 Kft can be expected. Widespread west to northwest
    winds gusting 20-25 knots can be expected. The trough will move
    toward the Four Corners Region this evening with clearing skies, but
    gusty northwest winds persisting tonight.