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Hazardous Heat Across the Western U.S.; Heavy Rain and Flooding in the Southwest and Western Gulf Coast

Dangerous heat will persist over portions of interior California, the Great Basin, and the northern Rockies through Thursday. Heat will gradually spread into the northern Plains today. Across the western Gulf Coast, heavy to excessive rainfall will persist through mid-week. Additionally, the Southwest Monsoon will continue to bring a flash flooding threat to the Four Corners Region this week. Read More >

The Climate of Death Valley, California is maintained by the staff at the National Weather Service Office in Las Vegas, Nevada. All data was obtained from the official forms, publications, digital datasets, and record books for this station. All normals, unless noted, were produced by NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). NCEI's Asheville, North Carolina office should be contacted for certified weather data.

NCEI Normals vs. Raw Data Normals Calculation
xmACIS vs. Climate Book Record Discrepancies
 

 

The Death Valley Climate Book is under construction.

Chapters will be added to this page as data are quality-checked & updated.

 

June Daily Temperature Normals & Records

July Daily Temperature Normals & Records

August Daily Temperature Normals & Records

September Daily Temperature Normals & Records

 

 

The Death Valley Climate Book is under construction.

Chapters will be added to this page as data are quality-checked & updated.

 

June Daily Precipitation Normals & Records

July Daily Precipitation Normals & Records

August Daily Precipitation Normals & Records

September Daily Precipitation Normals & Records

 

 

 

The Death Valley Climate Book is under construction.

Chapters will be added to this page as data are quality-checked & updated.