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On This Date In California Weather History (July 19)

2015: Moisture from Hurricane Dolores, along with monsoon moisture resulted in showers and thunderstorms over most of Southern California on 7/18 and this day. Rainfall ranged from 0.5" to 4", including a record 1.7" at San Diego on 7/18. This was unprecedented July rainfall: record single-day and July monthly total. These two days recorded two of the three wettest July days on the San Diego record. The San Diego River at Fashion Valley had two crests above monitor stage, 7.7 feet on 7/18 a nd 8.8 feet on this day. A debris flow hit the burn scar of Silverado Canyon on this day as well as flash floods in Moreno Valley, Perris, and La Mesa. Aided by lingering tropical moisture from former hurricane Dolores, intense thunderstorms with torrential rain developed near Desert Center. Over 6” of rain fell over several hours along and just to the south of Interstate 10, just to the west of Desert Center. Eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 collapsed where they crossed a heavily flowing wash. A vehicle drove into the hole in the collapsed bridge, trapping the driver and requiring rescue. I-10 was closed in both directions causing huge traffic backups. Two landspout tornadoes were observed in open desert just north of Landers on this day.
2013: On the evening of July 19th, a thunderstorm developed near Nellis Air Force Base along an outflow boundary and moved south across the Las Vegas Valley. This storm was one of the most intense ever to cross the valley with respect to wind. Nellis Air Force Base measured sustained winds of 59 mph with a gust to 71 mph. Sustained tropical storm force winds were recorded across the heart of the Las Vegas Valley with this storm. Damages were greatest in the areas in and around Nellis Air Force Base and in Chinatown. One apartment building was evacuated after a gas line broke. At least 12 buildings throughout Las Vegas had wind damage. Power was knocked out to casinos on Fremont Street and parts of The Strip. In addition, heavy rains caused up to two feet of water to flow across parts of The Strip. Water damage also occurred at 3 strip casinos from the rain, including a portion of the casino floor at Caesars Palace. Some 33,000 NV Energy customers lost power from this storm. A total of 243 trees were downed at the Desert Pines Golf Course. Damages were estimated at 2.5 million from this storm, with most of the damage from wind.

2009: Severe thunderstorm winds struck La Quinta foothills with gusts measuring 61 mph.

2005: The low temperature on this date was 95° F which set the warmest low ever recorded in Las Vegas.
The high temperature of 117° F on this date tied the hottest temperature ever recorded in Las Vegas.
The average temperature for the date was 106° F, which was the hottest day ever recorded in Las Vegas. The morning low was 95° F and the afternoon high was 117° F.

2003: Flash flooding was observed in and around the town of Pahrump, NV (near Death Valley). Water was running over SR 160 from SR 372 to Dandelion. In the town of Pahrump, roads looked like rivers with a dumpster floating in the road blocking traffic. Mud was going through the Post Office and a trailer park. Basin Ave. and State Route 160 were under one foot of water. Flooding extended half mile on Basin Ave. toward the west. A gas station, the city park, and a shopping center parking lot were completely flooded.

1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records.

1985: Strong thunderstorms produced very heavy rainfall in the mountains and the adjacent desert. A mudslide at the top of the Palm Springs Tram trapped 150, all but 31 were rescued by helicopter. The 31 spent the night because the helicopter was grounded due to unsafe winds. The 15 minute slide was a debris flow carrying huge rocks and timbers. A thunderstorm plunged a light aircraft to the ground at Mormon Rocks, killing a family of 3. Flooding was reported “all over” in the Morongo Basin. A tornado in Needles hit a mobile home park and injured 6. It leveled 4 mobile homes and damaged 14 others. 1.50" of rain fell in Palomar Mountain, the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.36" fell in Cuyamaca, flooding Paso Picacho Campground.
1974: A severe thunderstorm with winds up to 80 mph and heavy rain swept through Lake Havasu City, AZ, and completely washed out section 4-5 feet deep in some streets. Many cars were abandoned during the storm and a number washed away. 3 people were killed and 1 person was injured when their vehicle was carried down a wash by a wall of water estimated to be 10 feet tall.
1970: Mount Hamilton (East Bay) had a high temperature of 92° F.
1960: The overnight low in Death Valley was 102° F.
1960: Thunderstorm winds in the Tehachapis downed utility lines and damaged farm buildings.
1955: Heavy thunderstorms struck desert areas of Twentynine Palms and Barstow. One cloudburst hit Cherry Valley with 3" of rain in 30 minutes. A 75 foot stream of water crossed Highway 66 at Hodge, southwest of Barstow. Washouts were also reported around Twentynine Palms.
1954: A northward moving hurricane made landfall in central Baja California with the remnants moving into Arizona. Rainfall of up to 2" occurred in the mountains and deserts starting on 7.17 and ending on this day. This occurred during the El Niño of 1953-54.
1931: Carson City, NV, had a high temperature of 107° F, while Reno, NV, recorded a high of 105° F.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, Phoenix, & San Diego
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On This Date In California Weather History (July 20)

2014: Strong thunderstorms produced flash flooding in Yosemite National Park over
the burn scar from the large Rim Fire that occurred during the summer of 2013.
Debris flows were reported along Granite Creek with around 2" of rain falling in a period of two hours; in fact, over 1.5" fell during the first hour!

2008: Outflow from intense monsoon activity over Arizona ignited strong early morning thunderstorms over the Coachella Valley and desert slopes over the San Jacinto and San Bernardino Mountains. Rain rates with the most intensestorms exceeded 1.25 inches in 30 minutes. Intense runoff resulted in a flash flood thatraced down Eagle Canyon, across Highway 111 and into Cathedral City. Debris consisting of rocks, a fence, mud, and tree limbs caused the closure of Highway 111 and damaged 20 homes.

2006: A thunderstorm tracked across the southwestern portion of Yosemite National Park during the afternoon hours knocking down trees and power lines at El Portal and as well as downing trees along the Wawona Highway. In the Kern County desert, a thunderstorm trekked through in the late afternoon hours causing trees and power lines to fall and even blowing out car windows.
1998: An easterly wave moving over Southern California helped to initiate rare thunderstorms along the San Diego County coast. The storms developed near Vista and moved south to La Jolla and Point Loma. Urban flooding was reported at Mission Beach and Pacific Beach. In addition, lightning strikes set several trees ablaze, struck a Clairemont home and knocked out power to 21,000 homes and businesses in Clairemont and Point Loma.

1998: Severe thunderstorms moved into the Las Vegas Valley and nearby Lake Mead bringing wind gusts in excess of 60 mph and heavy showers which dumped between 1.50" and 2.25" of rain overnight. Several marinas on Lake Mead suffered extensive wind damage and numerous roads were washed out. In the Las Vegas Valley, heavy rain and flooding produced the majority of damage. Major flooding began in the early morning of July 20 and kept washes filled for several hours with numerous swift water rescues performed during the period. One man apparently died of a heart attack while rescue personnel were trying to remove him from his car. Rapidly accumulating water and a clogged drainage system caused the roof of the Palace Station Hotel and Casino to collapse, causing millions of dollars in damage. A few hours later, the same hotel and casino caught fire when it was struck by lightning.
1996: Ben Lomond had a high temperature of 107° F.

1988: A severe thunderstorm developed along the Elsinore Convergence Zone in the Inland Empire. The storm produced a microburst in Perris that damaged or destroyed 3 sailplanes and 31 ultralights. Total damages exceeded $500,000.

1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records. It was 39° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for July. This also occurred two days previous on 7.18 and on the next day 7.21.
1979: Thunderstorms hit Southern California, especially hard in the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains. 1.92" of rain fell in Idyllwild and 1.29" fell in Borrego Springs, each the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.5" of rain fell in Palm Springs, 1.1" fell in Palomar Mountain and 1.09" fell in Big Bear Lake. Around Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage a debris flow killed one and caused $7 million damage. Flash flooding hit hundreds of homes in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and La Quinta. Some residents were swept out of their homes during the night.
1974: A tornado slammed into the southwest side of Hemet. Winds were estimated at over 100 mph.
Three small planes and five gliders were destroyed. Several hangars sustained damage. One person was injured by flying glass from a shattered window. This same storm dropped 2.39" of rain on Hemet in one hour. .

1960: Paso Robles ties its all-time high of 115° F.
1956: A flash flood in northwest Reno, NV, destroyed homes and flooded businesses.
1931: Both Reno, NV, and Carson City, NV, recorded high temperatures of 106° F. Tahoe City registered its all-time record high temperature for the month of July with a reading of 93° F.
1915: An all-time high temperature of 115° F was recorded at Yosemite Valley at the National Park Headquarters (around 4,000 feet in elevation). This was the warmest day in a streak of 7 consecutive days of 110° F or better at Yosemite Valley that extended from July 19th through the 25th.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego
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On This Date In California Weather History (July 20)

2014: Strong thunderstorms produced flash flooding in Yosemite National Park over the burn scar from the large Rim Fire that occurred during the summer of 2013. Debris flows were reported along Granite Creek with around 2" of rain falling in a period of two hours; in fact, over 1.5" fell during the first hour!
2008: A rare early morning thunderstorm hit the Coachella Valley. On the edge of the storm in Cathedral City, 1.25" of rain fell in 30 minutes. 15 to 20 businesses and several homes were damaged at a trailer home park. Highway 111 was closed because of mud and rocks.
2006: A thunderstorm tracked across the southwestern portion of Yosemite National Park during the afternoon hours knocking down trees and power lines at El Portal and as well as downing trees along the Wawona Highway. In the Kern County desert, a thunderstorm trekked through in the late afternoon hours causing trees and power lines to fall and even blowing out car windows.
1998: Heavy thunderstorms caused flooding at Mission Beach and at Barton Flats in the San Bernardino Mountains. Lightning sparked at least five fires in San Diego County. Strikes also hit a Clairemont home, and two trees in Pacific Beach. Lightning also caused a few power outages.
1998: Heavy rain and a clogged drainage system caused the roof of the Palace Station Casino in Las Vegas, NV, to collapse. A few hours later, the same casino caught fire after lightning struck it.
1996: Ben Lomond had a high temperature of 107° F.
1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records. It was 39° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for July. This also occurred two days previous on 7.18 and on the next day 7.21.
1979: Thunderstorms hit Southern California, especially hard in the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains. 1.92" of rain fell in Idyllwild and 1.29" fell in Borrego Springs, each the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.5" of rain fell in Palm Springs, 1.1" fell in Palomar Mountain and 1.09" fell in Big Bear Lake. Around Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage a debris flow killed one and caused $7 million damage. Flash flooding hit hundreds of homes in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and La Quinta. Some residents were swept out of their homes during the night.
1974: A tornado in Hemet caused property damage.
1960: Paso Robles ties its all-time high of 115° F.
1956: A flash flood in northwest Reno, NV, destroyed homes and flooded businesses.
1931: Both Reno, NV, and Carson City, NV, recorded high temperatures of 106° F. Tahoe City registered its all-time record high temperature for the month of July with a reading of 93° F.
1915: An all-time high temperature of 115° F was recorded at Yosemite Valley at the National Park Headquarters (around 4,000 feet in elevation). This was the warmest day in a streak of 7 consecutive days of 110° F or better at Yosemite Valley that extended from July 19th through the 25th.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego
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On This Date In California Weather History (July 20)

2014: Strong thunderstorms produced flash flooding in Yosemite National Park over the burn scar from the large Rim Fire that occurred during the summer of 2013. Debris flows were reported along Granite Creek with around 2" of rain falling in a period of two hours; in fact, over 1.5" fell during the first hour!
2008: A rare early morning thunderstorm hit the Coachella Valley. On the edge of the storm in Cathedral City, 1.25" of rain fell in 30 minutes. 15 to 20 businesses and several homes were damaged at a trailer home park. Highway 111 was closed because of mud and rocks.
2006: A thunderstorm tracked across the southwestern portion of Yosemite National Park during the afternoon hours knocking down trees and power lines at El Portal and as well as downing trees along the Wawona Highway. In the Kern County desert, a thunderstorm trekked through in the late afternoon hours causing trees and power lines to fall and even blowing out car windows.
1998: Heavy thunderstorms caused flooding at Mission Beach and at Barton Flats in the San Bernardino Mountains. Lightning sparked at least five fires in San Diego County. Strikes also hit a Clairemont home, and two trees in Pacific Beach. Lightning also caused a few power outages.
1998: Heavy rain and a clogged drainage system caused the roof of the Palace Station Casino in Las Vegas, NV, to collapse. A few hours later, the same casino caught fire after lightning struck it. 1996: Ben Lomond had a high temperature of 107° F.
1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records. It was 39° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for July. This also occurred two days previous on 7.18 and on the next day 7.21.
1979: Thunderstorms hit Southern California, especially hard in the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains. 1.92" of rain fell in Idyllwild and 1.29" fell in Borrego Springs, each the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.5" of rain fell in Palm Springs, 1.1" fell in Palomar Mountain and 1.09" fell in Big Bear Lake. Around Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage a debris flow killed one and caused $7 million damage. Flash flooding hit hundreds of homes in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and La Quinta. Some residents were swept out of their homes during the night.
1974: A tornado in Hemet caused property damage.
1960: Paso Robles ties its all-time high of 115° F.
1956: A flash flood in northwest Reno, NV, destroyed homes and flooded businesses.
1931: Both Reno, NV, and Carson City, NV, recorded high temperatures of 106° F. Tahoe City registered its all-time record high temperature for the month of July with a reading of 93° F.
1915: An all-time high temperature of 115° F was recorded at Yosemite Valley at the National Park Headquarters (around 4,000 feet in elevation). This was the warmest day in a streak of 7 consecutive days of 110° F or better at Yosemite Valley that extended from July 19th through the 25th.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego
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On This Date In California Weather History (July 20)

2008: A rare early morning thunderstorm hit the Coachella Valley. On the edge of the storm in Cathedral City, 1.25" of rain fell in 30 minutes. 15 to 20 businesses and several homes were damaged at a trailer home park. Highway 111 was closed because of mud and rocks.
2006: A thunderstorm tracked across the southwestern portion of Yosemite National Park during the afternoon hours knocking down trees and power lines at El Portal and as well as downing trees along the Wawona Highway. In the Kern County desert, a thunderstorm trekked through in the late afternoon hours causing trees and power lines to fall and even blowing out car windows.
1998: Heavy thunderstorms caused flooding at Mission Beach and at Barton Flats in the San Bernardino Mountains. Lightning sparked at least five fires in San Diego County. Strikes also hit a Clairemont home, and two trees in Pacific Beach. Lightning also caused a few power outages.
1998: Heavy rain and a clogged drainage system caused the roof of the Palace Station Casino in Las Vegas, NV, to collapse. A few hours later, the same casino caught fire after lightning struck it.
1996: Ben Lomond had a high temperature of 107° F.
1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records. It was 39° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for July. This also occurred two days previous on 7.18 and on the next day 7.21.
1979: Thunderstorms hit Southern California, especially hard in the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains. 1.92" of rain fell in Idyllwild and 1.29" fell in Borrego Springs, each the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.5" of rain fell in Palm Springs, 1.1" fell in Palomar Mountain and 1.09" fell in Big Bear Lake. Around Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage a debris flow killed one and caused $7 million damage. Flash flooding hit hundreds of homes in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and La Quinta. Some residents were swept out of their homes during the night.
1974: A tornado in Hemet caused property damage.
1960: Paso Robles ties its all-time high of 115° F.
1956: A flash flood in northwest Reno, NV, destroyed homes and flooded businesses.
1931: Both Reno, NV, and Carson City, NV, recorded high temperatures of 106° F. Tahoe City registered its all-time record high temperature for the month of July with a reading of 93° F.
1915: An all-time high temperature of 115° F was recorded at Yosemite Valley at the National Park Headquarters (around 4,000 feet in elevation). This was the warmest day in a streak of 7 consecutive days of 110° F or better at Yosemite Valley that extended from July 19th through the 25th.
1905: The high temperature at Lovelock, NV, was 107° F.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego
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