Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Reno, NV

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FNUS75 KREV 172340
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SPOT FORECAST FOR JUNE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
440 PM PDT WED SEP 17 2014

IF CONDITIONS BECOME UNREPRESENTATIVE, CONTACT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

DISCUSSION...LOW PRESSURE WILL APPROACH THE CALIFORNIA COAST THIS
EVENING WITH MODERATELY BREEZY WINDS DEVELOPING ACROSS THE FIRE. THE
GUSTY WINDS WILL CONTINUE OVERNIGHT. HUMIDITY RECOVERY WILL BE BETTER
TONIGHT AS THE LOW MOVES IN WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF ISOLATED WET
THUNDERSTORMS THURSDAY AFTERNOON.

FOR TONIGHT
   WEATHER............PARTLY CLOUDY.
   TEMPERATURE........MIN 50-55 AT 8000 FEET.
   HUMIDITY...........MAX 45-50% AT 8000 FEET.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....SOUTH-SOUTHWEST 10-14 MPH WITH GUST UP TO 20
                      MPH.

OUTLOOK FOR THURSDAY
   WEATHER............PARTLY CLOUDY EARLY THEN BECOMING MOSTLY CLOUDY
                      WITH A 20% CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS AFTER 1300.
   TEMPERATURE........MAX 64-68 AT 8000 FEET.
   HUMIDITY...........MIN 20-25% AT 8000 FEET.
   WIND...20 FOOT.....SOUTHWEST 10-14 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 22 MPH.
                      GUSTY AND ERRATIC WINDS NEAR THUNDERSTORMS.
   MIXING HEIGHT......16,500 FT MSL.
   MIXING WINDS.......WEST-SOUTHWEST 14-18 MPH.

FORECASTER...MLF

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REQUESTED BY...JUNE IC
REASON FOR REQUEST...WILDFIRE



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