Gabbs, NV Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Gabbs, NV

April 15, 2024 6:39 PM PDT (01:39 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:16 AM   Sunset 7:36 PM
Moonrise 11:36 AM   Moonset 2:29 AM 
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Reno NV 116 PM PDT Mon Apr 15 2024


A drier weather pattern returns with temperatures warming further through this week. Look for afternoon highs increasing to around 10 degrees above average for the last half of the week and upcoming weekend.


Today through the reminder of the week:

As the upper low continues to slowly track east into the central Great Basin, thicker clouds and shower chances will continue to decrease over western NV and the Sierra through this evening into Tuesday. Northerly upper flow will draw drier air into the region with shower chances decreasing to <10% across the region through the remainder of the week. Hi-Res guidance projects an upper short wave pressing south into the Pacific Northwest that will sag even further through Tuesday into northeast CA and the northern half of NV. A more westerly flow aloft will result over the Sierra into western NV with continued dry conditions and afternoon westerly breezes resembling those of a summer afternoon Zephyr. With stronger forcing and moisture left more north across the northwest US, winds will generally remain light with some gusts reaching 15-20 mph in the afternoon for the Sierra and far northeast CA- far northwest NV locations. If your concern is showers, please refer to paragraph three, the extended range outlook.

Although daytime highs will not be anything close to summertime values, temperatures will generally be on the upswing, rising at least 10 degrees above seasonal April averages. Blended guidance also shows a high confidence projection of Sierra valley highs reaching into the 60s while lower valley areas show a more consistent rise into the 70s. Overnight lows will also be on the rise, generally above the freezing mark for once. A few Sierra valleys, however, will still see lows in the mid-upper 20s. Not to forget about our friends in Mono county, the Mammoth airport will see highs reaching into the 60s by mid-week. Higher elevations like Mammoth Mountain will still not see highs break out of the upper 40s with overnight lows staying for the most part below freezing through the week.

Extended Range Outlook (The weekend and beyond):

GFS ensemble guidance is dancing around the idea of more unsettled conditions going into the weekend. But European ECS ensemble simulations are pulling a realty check, and pointing towards a drier solution during the same period. Once the uncertainty clears, we’ll be prompt to pass along the winner. My money is on the ECS-ENS guidance. Although there are a few simulations flashing the idea of a few light showers by the weekend, current ensemble multi-run simulations are still trending drier into the weekend, with only a low confidence blended speculation of a more active pattern around early next week. Spring looks to have broken out...enjoy!



* A drier north-northwest upper flow pushes east into the region today, bringing overall VFR conditions to main area terminals through this week. The only exception will be a few Sierra valleys that may see an increased chance (IFR-LIFR: 20-30%) of fog formation overnight under mostly clear skies. Freezing fog looks to burn-off my mid-morning Tuesday. An upper short wave pressing south into the Pacific Northwest will sag south into NE CA and Northern NV Tuesday, increasing a more westerly flow aloft with FL100 winds increasing to 20-25 kts. Look for periods of light chop across Sierra terminals through Tuesday as well.
Otherwise, brief periods of mid-high level cloudiness, and generally lower shower chances (less than 10%) will continue through the week.


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