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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Reno NV
800 AM PDT THU JUL 28 2016

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES LIKELY THROUGH FRIDAY...

Strong high pressure will bring a few more days of hot
temperatures over eastern California and western Nevada.
Record highs are likely.

Below is a list of selected sites around eastern California and
western Nevada with their forecast highs and records (in
parentheses).

For additional records, go to
http://www.wrcc.dri.edu/summary/Climsmnv.html, scroll down the
left-hand column to select your site of interest.


                    THURSDAY         FRIDAY           SATURDAY
                    7/28             7/29             7/30

RENO                105 (102/1971)   105 (103/1943)   100 (104/2003)

CARSON CITY         102 (101/1971)   102 (100/2003)   97  (101/2003)

VIRGINIA CITY       96  (94/2006)    96  (97/1889)    91  (95/1889)

LOVELOCK            108 (106/1934)   108 (105/1934)   104 (105/2003)

FALLON              107 (104/1934)   107 (106/1923)   104 (103/2003)

GERLACH             104 (104/1968)   105 (103/1966)   100 (105/2003)

YERINGTON           105 (104/1934)   105 (102/1923)   102 (101/2010)

HAWTHORNE           106 (103/1995)   106 (103/2006)   102 (103/2002)

TRUCKEE             93  (94/1975)    93  (94/1975)    89  (93/2003)

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE    91  (90/2009)    91  (89/2009)    87  (91/1988)

BRIDGEPORT          94  (97/1994)    92  (93/1966)    89  (91/2007)

MAMMOTH RANGER STN  88  (86/1994)    85  (85/1994)    82  (88/2000)

SUSANVILLE          101 (102/1968)   101 (100/1992)   94  (102/1901)

PORTOLA             98  (96/1968)    96  (98/1966)    91  (99/2003)

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