Meteorologists Issue Thunderstorm Watch for Central and Southern Half of Arizona from Friday to Saturday

The Arizona Weather Force has released an update regarding the Thunderstorm Watch. This update is in reference to the forecast that was issued on December 15th in the Long-Range Weather Advisory.

A powerful storm system is expected to hit San Diego and Imperial County overnight tonight and throughout Friday. This system will also bring a strong jet stream to Arizona, with Friday being the most challenging day.

Storms will move from southwest to northeast within the tropical moisture conveyor belt, bringing with them lightning, hail, strong winds, torrential downpours, and the potential for tornadoes. The highest risk of a tornado will be in Pinal County, Tucson forecast area, and Cochise County, considering the position of the upper-level jet and the available surface instability.

The system is expected to move out later on Saturday.

– Raiden Storm –

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