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Area Discussion for - Reno, NV  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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national weather service reno nv
306 pm pdt Thu jun 20 2019
Gusty northwest winds will continue behind a cold front this
evening with significant cooling expected by Friday. Temperatures
will begin to warm again through the weekend. Another low
pressure area, centered off the west coast, will keep summer
temperatures in check next week but also bring several days of
Few changes to the forecast this afternoon. North to northwest winds
this afternoon will continue into the evening before diminishing
some by midnight. Peak gusts will be 25-35 mph for most areas with
wind prone areas seeing 40 mph gusts. Much cooler Friday, about
8-12 degrees below average with lighter winds from the north at
Friday night, the northeast winds for lake tahoe and the sierra
crest do not look as strong this afternoon. Winds aloft and the
surface gradient are not as impressive as yesterday. It will still
need to be watched with the high lake levels. Otherwise it will be
chilly with some freezing temps in the sierra valleys and 30s in
the colder western nv valleys possible.
Warming for the weekend under weak high pressure, but the next
trough will approach late Sunday and last through most of next
week. Southwest winds begin to increase Sunday, but become
stronger Monday through Wednesday. The strongest winds look to be
Tuesday and Wednesday where 40-50 mph gusts are not out of the
question. Temperatures will cool a bit through Wednesday, but
remain near to 5 degrees below average for late june.
Looking ahead, southwest flow will continue next weekend into
early july. High pressure is forecast by the ensembles to build
over the four corners area about this time too. Temperatures will
warm, but how hot they get depends on how far northwest the ridge
The cold front has passed through, but winds remain gusty from the
north to northwest. Some local llws will occur, particularly for
krno kcxp ktrk ktvl. Peak wind gusts will be around 30 kts with
mtn wave turbulence continuing. Lighter north winds are expected
Winds will increase again from the southwest beginning Sunday and
continuing through at least Wednesday. The strongest winds are
likely Tuesday and Wednesday with mtn ave turbulence, but llws
looks to be less likely except near ktrk ktvl. X
Gusty north winds continue this evening, but rh has remained in
the upper teens for most areas. Critical conditions are not
The bigger concern will be next week with the next trough and a
prolonged, multi-day wind event likely. With continued curing of
fuels, critical conditions are possible during this time frame. We
will continue to remain in contact with fuels officials and
monitor fuels status pages for potential fire weather highlights,
Flows are expected to decrease for those rivers and streams
draining the eastern sierra. The west walker had a higher peak
last night, but they are expected to decrease with cooler
temperatures. The mainstem walker continues to come down as well
as upstream reservoirs are releasing less. The flood advisory will
continue with some minor issues, but we may be able to cancel it
in the next 24-36 hours as flows decrease.
The slow moving humboldt at imlay continues its very slow rise. It
is starting to affect tungsten road near mill city. We will
continue to the flood advisory there as well. Flooding on the
humboldt will continue into july. X
Rev watches warnings advisories
Nv... Lake wind advisory until 10 pm pdt this evening nvz004.
Lake wind advisory until 10 pm pdt this evening nvz002.
Lake wind advisory until 10 pm pdt this evening nvz001.
Lake wind advisory until 10 pm pdt this evening for washoe lake
Ca... Lake wind advisory until 10 pm pdt this evening caz073.
Lake wind advisory until 10 pm pdt this evening caz072.
For more information from the national weather service visit...
http: weather.Gov reno
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