LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Elements of Las Vegas had been impacted by a spring mud storm on April 11.
In response to the Nationwide Climate Service, a Mud Storm Warming was issued for the Las Vegas Valley and I-15, south to the Nevada-California State Line, till 4:15 p.m. Subsequently, a Mud Storm Warning wa issued for elements of Arizona’s Mohave County, till 9:00 p.m.
Video from the Las Vegas Strip space present decreased visibility because of the storm.
In response to info by NWS’ Las Vegas workplace, a potent climate system was forecast to deliver robust winds throughout the whole space, with gusts as excessive as 50 to 77+ mph potential.
In a Public Info Assertion NWS officers launched, it was revealed that wind speeds reached 54 mph at Harry Reid Worldwide Airport (previously named McCarran Worldwide Airport), which is situated close to the southern a part of The Strip.
In Arizona, wind speeds reached 61 mph at one level at Kingman Airport, and different elements of northern Arizona additionally recorded larger wind speeds.
This story was reported on from Phoenix.
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