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|Sunrise 5:59AM||Sunset 8:06PM||Wednesday August 5, 2020 6:18 PM PDT (01:18 UTC)||Moonrise 9:36PM||Moonset 7:47AM||Illumination 96%|
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Area Discussion for - Reno, NV  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Reno NV 316 PM PDT Wed Aug 5 2020
Afternoon temperatures will be a bit cooler through Thursday followed by a gradual warming trend over the weekend. Isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms could return Thursday but are more likely going into the weekend and for early next week. Thunderstorm chances diminish with a possible cooling trend by the middle of next week.
An upper wave (centered over far northeast California) along with some possible weak surface convergence is bringing sufficient forcing for isolated showers and thunderstorms in far northern Washoe County and west into Modoc County. Elsewhere across northeast CA, the Sierra, and western NV sunny to mostly sunny skies prevail with seasonable warmth along with typical breezes. Thunderstorms were removed from the eastern Sierra today with only modest cumulus expected for eastern Mono County out into Mineral and southern Lyon counties.
A slight uptick in atmospheric moisture for tomorrow afternoon and especially for Friday afternoon will create an isolated thunderstorm threat focused on the eastern Sierra and far western NV south of Highway 50 and west of Highway 95. Thunderstorm chances are lower than previous forecast for Thursday in the eastern Sierra due to persistence with today's flat cumulus (little change in instability expected) and possible slight stabilization aloft. Therefore, thunderstorm mention was removed from the forecast for tomorrow.
Thunderstorms chances increase (still isolated) Friday through Sunday as a weak trough remains over California and northern Nevada. Precipitable water values may increase into the range where localized flash flooding becomes more of a concern given weak storm motions. Instability looks to be low-to-moderate but a few stronger storms will be possible each afternoon and early evening . capable of producing heavy rain, small hail, and outflow winds over 40 mph.
Thunderstorm chances remain through early next week, especially in eastern CA and western NV as low pressure hangs around. Temperatures will remain around seasonal averages. By the middle portion of next week, there are signs of another trough moving into the Pac NW. This would bring another cool down along with drier, thunderstorm- free conditions. -Snyder
VFR conditions with typical afternoon and evening zephyr breezes (20-25 kts) are expected through Thursday for northeast CA, the Sierra, and the western Great Basin. A few cumulus buildups are possible in the eastern Sierra out into far western Mineral County Thursday afternoon; however, no thunderstorms are expected.
As we go into Friday and over the weekend, afternoon breezes are expected to relax (gusts ~15 kts or less). Thunderstorm chances increase, especially for the Sierra and far western NV south of Highway 50 and west of Highway 95. Still, thunderstorms are expected to remain fairly isolated east of the Sierra crest through the weekend. -Snyder
REV Watches/Warnings/Advisories. NV . None. CA . None.
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|Fallon, Naval Air Station, NV||42 mi||23 min||WNW 6||10.00 mi||A Few Clouds||94°F||25°F||8%||1006.9 hPa|
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