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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Reno NV
151 PM PDT Tue Aug 22 2017

ECC004-009-232100-
Lassen NF and BLM in Modoc, Lassen, and Washoe Counties-Plumas NF-
Discussion for Susanville and Quincy
151 PM PDT Tue Aug 22 2017

Widespread showers and scattered thunderstorms are expected today
with additional storms possible on Wednesday. Wetting rains are
expected with any storms that develop over the next couple days,
which will lessen the risk of new fire starts. There is an
increased flash flood risk in this pattern especially for steep
terrain and recently burned areas. Drier conditions with more
typical westerly afternoon breezes are expected Thursday and
Friday. A significant warming trend is on tap for the weekend as a
ridge builds across the west.

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ECC012-232100-
Tahoe Basin, Sierra Foothills and El Dorado NF-
Discussion for Camino
151 PM PDT Tue Aug 22 2017

Widespread showers and scattered thunderstorms are expected today
with additional storms possible on Wednesday. Wetting rains are
expected with any storms that develop over the next couple days,
which will lessen the risk of new fire starts. There is an
increased flash flood risk in this pattern especially for steep
terrain and recently burned areas. Drier conditions with more
typical westerly afternoon breezes are expected Thursday and
Friday. A significant warming trend is on tap for the weekend as a
ridge builds across the west.

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ECC016-017-232100-
Sierra Front in Alpine county-
Inyo NF, Mono County and Owens Valley-
Discussion for SF and Inyo
151 PM PDT Tue Aug 22 2017

Widespread showers and scattered thunderstorms are expected today
with additional storms possible on Wednesday. Wetting rains are
expected with any storms that develop over the next couple days,
which will lessen the risk of new fire starts. There is an
increased flash flood risk in this pattern especially for steep
terrain and recently burned areas. Drier conditions with more
typical westerly afternoon breezes are expected Thursday and
Friday. A significant warming trend is on tap for the weekend as a
ridge builds across the west.


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