Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Reno NV
652 AM PDT Sat Aug 19 2017

ECC004-009-201400-
Lassen NF and BLM in Modoc, Lassen, and Washoe Counties-Plumas NF-
Discussion for Susanville and Quincy
652 AM PDT Sat Aug 19 2017

Thunderstorms remain a possibility each day through the middle of
next week with coverage increasing into early next week. Storms
are expected to get progressively wetter, lessening the risk of
new fire starts, but also increasing the flash flood risk.
Above normal temperatures this weekend will decrease to slightly
below normal with increasing humidity through midweek.

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ECC012-201400-
Tahoe Basin, Sierra Foothills and El Dorado NF-
Discussion for Camino
652 AM PDT Sat Aug 19 2017

Thunderstorms remain a possibility each day through the middle of
next week with coverage increasing into early next week. Storms
are expected to get progressively wetter, lessening the risk of
new fire starts, but also increasing the flash flood risk.
Above normal temperatures this weekend will decrease to slightly
below normal with increasing humidity through midweek.

$$

ECC016-017-201400-
Sierra Front in Alpine county-
Inyo NF, Mono County and Owens Valley-
Discussion for SF and Inyo
652 AM PDT Sat Aug 19 2017

Thunderstorms remain a possibility each day through the middle of
next week with coverage increasing into early next week. Storms
are expected to get progressively wetter, lessening the risk of
new fire starts, but also increasing the flash flood risk.
Above normal temperatures this weekend will decrease to slightly
below normal with increasing humidity through midweek.

$$



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