Another storm expected to come rolling in

The photographer took these shots of lightning during Monday’s storm at sunset as she drove on I-40 with the Griffith Energy Plant in the distance.

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The photographer took these shots of lightning during Monday’s storm at sunset as she drove on I-40 with the Griffith Energy Plant in the distance.

KINGMAN – The next Pacific storm is headed this way and looks to be a fast-mover, generally producing a six- to 12-hour window for rain Thursday night and into Friday morning, the National Weather Service reported.

A wide band of rain expected to move from west to east across the desert into San Bernardino County and Mohave County. Confidence in rainfall amounts is low, but only light to moderation precipitation is expected.

Kingman received a light rain with thunderstorms and lightning on Monday, bringing just a trace for the month.

After Monday’s rain, an unusually moist air mass remains in place over northern Arizona and southeastern California. This has resulted in areas of patchy low clouds and fog across the region.

The fog is likely to burn off shortly after sunrise, with a few lingering low clouds. Outside of that, drier weather is expected for the middle of the week.

The exception is a slight chance of showers over far northeastern Mohave County.

Daytime temperatures are expected to remain in the 80s for the rest of the week.