Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Reno, NV

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SPOT FORECAST FOR SPOONER SUMMIT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
717 AM PST MON MAR 2 2015

IF CONDITIONS BECOME UNREPRESENTATIVE, CONTACT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

DISCUSSION...LOW PRESSURE WILL DROP WEST OF THE BURN SITE TODAY BUT
WILL PROVIDE INCREASING CLOUDS WITH A FEW SNOW SHOWERS THIS
AFTERNOON. A DRIER PATTERN AND A SLOW WARMING TREND EXPECTED FOR THE
REMAINDER OF THE WEEK AS HIGH PRESSURE RETURNS.

FOR PLANNED IGNITION TIME OF 900 PST 3/2/15
   WEATHER............PARTLY CLOUDY BECOMING MOSTLY CLOUDY IN THE
                      AFTERNOON. A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS AFTER
                      1200. SNOW ACCUMULATION LESS THAN 1 INCH.
   TEMPERATURE........26...MAX 30-32.
   HUMIDITY...........80%...MIN 60-65%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....WEST 8-12 MPH.
   MIXING HEIGHT......10,500 FT MSL.
   MIXING WINDS.......WEST AROUND 10 MPH.

FOR TONIGHT
   WEATHER............MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH ISOLATED SNOW SHOWERS
                      IN THE EARLY EVENING...THEN PARTLY CLOUDY.
   TEMPERATURE........MIN 23-26.
   HUMIDITY...........MAX 80%
   WIND...20 FOOT.....NORTHWEST 4-8 MPH.

OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY
   WEATHER............PARTLY CLOUDY.
   TEMPERATURE........MAX 34-37.
   HUMIDITY...........MIN 50%.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....NORTHEAST 4-8 MPH.
   MIXING HEIGHT......9,500 FT MSL.
   MIXING WINDS.......NORTHEAST 5-10 MPH.


FORECASTER...SNYDER

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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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