Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 6:48AM||Sunset 6:46PM||Sunday September 27, 2020 10:25 AM PDT (17:25 UTC)||Moonrise 5:14PM||Moonset 2:30AM||Illumination 79%|
7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Fallon, NVHourly EDIT Help
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Reno NV 202 AM PDT Sun Sep 27 2020
Breezy northeast to east winds will push smoke west of the Sierra crest through Monday, and keep temperatures slightly cooler than average. A ridge of high pressure will then build over much of the Great Basin from Tuesday into next weekend, producing very warm and dry conditions with light winds.
Smoke from the Creek fire has been on the decline over southern Mono County since Saturday evening, with air quality sensors improving to the Moderate category as of 1 AM. Northeast to east winds over the Sierra will prevail through Monday, keeping smoke from the main CA fires west of the crest. As we get to Tuesday, winds become lighter and shift to the west over the Sierra ridges. What it means for smoke transport will depend on fire activity in northern-central CA during the next couple of days with dry conditions and gusty winds.
Otherwise, the prevailing weather highlight will be the moderately breezy northeast-east winds with some choppy conditions on the west shores of Lake Tahoe today--not quite to Lake Wind Advisory levels but enough to be noticed. These northeast-east winds are expected again Monday, although speeds should be a notch lower than today. Temperatures will remain a few degrees cooler than average both days, with highs mainly in the 70s today, and possibly reaching 80 in some lower elevations by Monday.
For Tuesday, we will see temperatures return to the 80s for most areas as the strong ridge of high pressure currently near the CA coast builds inland across CA-NV. Other than a few late day flat cumulus forming near the Sierra, clear and dry conditions will prevail. MJD
LONG TERM. Wednesday through Sunday .
High pressure remains over the West Coast through the second half of next week, with temperatures around 10-15 degrees above average for this time of year. High temperatures will reach into the mid-upper 80s across much of western Nevada, with 70s and low 80s in the Sierra. Longer autumn nights will help to keep chilly morning lows through next week as well. Dry and warm conditions remain in the forecast through the first week of October, as the high pressure looks to remain locked in place. -Hoon
Smoke and haze is getting pushed out of our area this morning with north-northeasterly winds. Good visibilities are expected for all terminals, including KMMH. Gusty northeast winds over the Sierra will produce some mountain wave turbulence along and west of the Sierra Crest through Monday morning. -Hoon
REV Watches/Warnings/Advisories. NV . None. CA . None.
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