Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Reno, NV

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SPOT FORECAST FOR MASON VALLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
531 AM PDT THU MAR 26 2015

IF CONDITIONS BECOME UNREPRESENTATIVE, CONTACT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

DISCUSSION...RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL WARMING TEMPERATURES
THROUGH FRIDAY. BREEZY WEST WINDS WILL DEVELOP FRIDAY AFTERNOON
AND EVENING WITH GUSTS UP TO 25 MPH. A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL
MOVE OVER THE REGION SATURDAY AND SUNDAY WITH INCREASING CLOUDS
AND THE POTENTIAL FOR SHOWERS.

FOR PLANNED IGNITION TIME OF 1000 PDT 3/26/15
   WEATHER............SUNNY.
   TEMPERATURE........54-58...MAX 74-77.
   HUMIDITY...........36-40%...MIN 12-15%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....VARIABLE 3-6 MPH.
   MIXING HEIGHT......10,500 FT MSL.
   MIXING WINDS.......VARIABLE UP TO 10 MPH.

FOR TONIGHT
   WEATHER............CLEAR.
   TEMPERATURE........MIN 33-36.
   HUMIDITY...........MAX 50-53%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....VARIABLE 2-5 MPH.

OUTLOOK FOR FRIDAY
   WEATHER............SUNNY.
   TEMPERATURE........MAX 78-82.
   HUMIDITY...........MIN 10-13%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....VARIABLE 3-6 MPH BECOMING SOUTH-SOUTHWEST
                      8-14 MPH WITH GUSTS 20-24 MPH IN THE
                      AFTERNOON.
   MIXING HEIGHT......10,500 FT MSL.
   MIXING WINDS.......VARIABLE UP TO 10 MPH INCREASING TO
                      SOUTHWEST 12-18 MPH IN THE AFTERNOON.

FORECASTER...WEISHAHN/MLF

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REQUESTED BY...PAUL CARMICHAEL
REASON FOR REQUEST...STATE, TRIBAL OR LOCAL FIRE AGENCY WORKING IN COORDINATION WITH A
FEDERAL PARTICIPANT IN THE INTERAGENCY AGREEMENT FOR METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES.


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