Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Reno, NV

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SPOT FORECAST FOR DIXON
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
629 PM PDT THU MAY 28 2015

IF CONDITIONS BECOME UNREPRESENTATIVE, CONTACT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

DISCUSSION...STRONG HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE BURN AREA THROUGH
SATURDAY...BRINGING WELL ABOVE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES AND FALLING
HUMIDITIES. WINDS WILL REMAIN MOSTLY SLOPE DRIVEN THROUGH SATURDAY
MORNING...WITH WINDS INCREASING LATE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND
ESPECIALLY ON SUNDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BREAKS DOWN. RECOVERIES ARE
EXPECTED TO BE MODERATE THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT ALTHOUGH THEY WILL BE
DRYING SOME.

FOR TONIGHT
   WEATHER............A FEW EVENING CLOUDS...THEN CLEARING.
   TEMPERATURE........MIN 50.
   HUMIDITY...........MAX 55%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....NORTHEAST 3-5 MPH BECOMING DOWNSLOPE/SOUTH
                      2-4 MPH AROUND 2200.

FOR FRIDAY
   WEATHER............SUNNY IN THE MORNING...THEN BECOMING
                      PARTLY CLOUDY.
   TEMPERATURE........MAX 74.
   HUMIDITY...........MIN 29%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....VARIABLE 2-4 MPH BECOMING NORTHEAST 3-6 MPH
                      AFTER 1600.

OUTLOOK FOR SATURDAY
   WEATHER............SUNNY.
   TEMPERATURE........MAX 76.
   HUMIDITY...........MIN 19-22%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....VARIABLE 2-4 MPH BECOMING SOUTH 8-12 MPH
                      WITH GUSTS TO 20 MPH LATE IN THE AFTERNOON.

FORECASTER...SNYDER

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REQUESTED BY...CHARLES DOBSON
REASON FOR REQUEST...WILDFIRE



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