Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Reno, NV

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SPOT FORECAST FOR DESERT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
710 PM PDT SUN AUG 2 2015

IF CONDITIONS BECOME UNREPRESENTATIVE, CONTACT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

DISCUSSION...A DRYING TREND IS EXPECTED THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT,
ESPECIALLY FOR OVERNIGHT RECOVERIES. THERE WILL ALSO BE A LOW CHANCE
FOR A THUNDERSTORM MONDAY AFTERNOON ESPECIALLY EAST AND SOUTHEAST
OVER THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF THE SWEETWATER RANGE. WINDS WILL REMAIN
RELATIVELY LIGHT, EXCEPT NEAR THUNDERSTORMS WHERE ERRATIC GUSTS TO 45
MPH WILL BE POSSIBLE.

FOR TONIGHT
   WEATHER............PARTLY CLOUDY.
   TEMPERATURE........MIN 64.
   HUMIDITY...........MAX 49%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....NORTHWEST 5-8 MPH BECOMING DOWNSLOPE/
                      EAST 3-5 MPH AROUND 2300.

FOR MONDAY
   WEATHER............SUNNY IN THE MORNING...THEN PARTLY CLOUDY
                      WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS AFTER
                      1400.
   TEMPERATURE........MAX 85.
   HUMIDITY...........MIN 17%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....VARIABLE 2-4 MPH BECOMING NORTHWEST 5-8 MPH
                      AFTER 1300. GUSTS 14-17 MPH AFTER 1600.
                      WINDS GUSTY AND ERRATIC TO 45 MPH NEAR ANY
                      THUNDERSTORMS.

OUTLOOK FOR MONDAY NIGHT
   WEATHER............PARTLY CLOUDY (HIGH CLOUDS).
   TEMPERATURE........MIN 63-66.
   HUMIDITY...........MAX 37-40%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....DOWNSLOPE/EAST 3-5 MPH.

FORECASTER...SNYDER

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REQUESTED BY...EASTON
REASON FOR REQUEST...WILDFIRE



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