Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 5:29AM||Sunset 8:30PM||Tuesday June 25, 2019 7:48 PM PDT (02:48 UTC)||Moonrise 1:14AM||Moonset 1:17PM||Illumination 39%|
7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Fallon, NVHourly EDIT Help
Area Discussion for - Reno, NV  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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national weather service reno nv
203 pm pdt Tue jun 25 2019
Low pressure off the pacific northwest coast will bring gusty
winds each day through Thursday. The strongest winds are expected
Wednesday afternoon. Below average temperatures are expected the
into the weekend. Temperatures will warm back to near average
values Sunday into next week with typical summertime afternoon
west to southwest winds.
Not many changes made to the forecast this afternoon with the main
one being to increase winds a little for Thursday. The low off the
pacific northwest coast will continue to bring breezy to windy
conditions through Thursday evening. Wednesday still looks like
the strongest wind day. There are fire weather concerns, as well
as boating concerns on area lakes with lake wind advisories in
effect through Thursday. For fire concerns, see the fire
Winds this evening will continue to gust to 35 mph in the valleys
and near 60 mph for the ridges. Winds will continue tonight over
the ridges, with strongest winds expected Wednesday gusting to 45
mph, mainly from highway 50 northward and over the deserts. Ridge
gusts are expected to reach 75 mph. Another bit of a lull for
Wednesday night, with gusts to 40 mph for most areas on Thursday.
Beginning Friday and into the weekend, the main low will move
inland with lighter southwest flow. Typical afternoon zephyr winds
are expected Friday into next week.
Temperatures will cool the next several days running 7-10 degrees
below average for late june. With the low departing, temperatures
are expected to warm back to near average by Sunday. Weak low
pressure is expected to remain near the coast despite the high
building over new mexico, keeping temperatures near average
through the 4th of july. Afterward, above normal temperatures are
possible based on ensembles showing more ridging. X
Gusty winds are the main concern withVFR conditions continuing
through Thursday. Expect mtn wave turbulence with local llws,
especially around lake tahoe and the sierra front. Gusts to 30 kts
today for area terminals, 40 kts Wednesday afternoon and 35 kts
Thursday. Peak winds are expected 19-02z each day.
Overnight, winds will diminish at the terminals to around 10 kts.
However, with ridge winds continuing, llws is more likely for
ktrk ktvl 03-16z. X
Earlier today we upgraded the watch to a red flag warning for
elevations below 6000 feet across much of western nv from gerlach
southward (adding mineral S lyon counties), and a portion of eastern
lassen county. We also included Thursday afternoon-evening in the
warning, as winds only drop a bit from Wednesday's projected peak
speeds (gusts 40-45 mph) while humidity values remain low. This
decision to upgrade was due to the expected long duration of
windy dry conditions, and the magnitude of the winds. Even today,
wind gusts above 30 mph have already occurred in a few locations
near the western nv sierra front, with humidity values around 10%.
While the fuel moistures in lower elevations are not at their
optimal dryness, they have trended drier during the past week and
will continue to do so, with these increased winds and no
precipitation in sight. Mjd
Rev watches warnings advisories
Nv... Red flag warning from 11 am Wednesday to 11 pm pdt Thursday
below 6000 feet in nvz450-453-458-459.
Lake wind advisory until 11 pm pdt Thursday nvz002.
Lake wind advisory until 11 pm pdt Thursday nvz001.
Lake wind advisory until 11 pm pdt Thursday for washoe lake in
Lake wind advisory until 11 pm pdt Thursday nvz004.
Ca... Lake wind advisory until 11 pm pdt Thursday caz071.
Red flag warning from 11 am Wednesday to 11 pm pdt Thursday
below 6000 feet in caz278.
Lake wind advisory until 11 pm pdt Thursday caz073.
Lake wind advisory until 11 pm pdt Thursday caz072.
For more information from the national weather service visit...
http: weather.Gov reno
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