Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Reno, NV

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Spot Forecast for LE AIR OPS...Lassen NF
National Weather Service Reno NV
305 PM PDT Wed May 23 2018

Forecast is based on incident time of 0800 PDT on May 24.
If conditions become unrepresentative...contact the National
Weather Service in Reno.

.DISCUSSION...

Strong thunderstorms with hail, heavy rainfall, and frequent lightning
are likely late Thursday afternoon into the evening, with more
widespread light to moderate rain Friday into Saturday morning as
low pressure moves over California and Nevada. A drying trend is
expected Sunday into next week with temperatures warming to well
above normal.

.THURSDAY...

Sky/Weather.........Partly cloudy in the morning...then mostly cloudy with
                    showers and thunderstorms likely in the afternoon.
                    Storms may be strong.
Temperature.........47 at incident...Max 65.
RH..................84% at incident...Min 40%.
Surface Winds.......Upslope 3-7 mph becoming southwest 7-12 mph in the
                    afternoon. Erratic and gusty winds to 45 mph in and
                    near thunderstorms.
Chc Wetting Rain....5% increasing to 40% in the afternoon.
Begin of pcpn.......Around 1400.
Pcpn Amount.........0.10 - 0.25 inches...0.50 inch or more if a strong
                    thunderstorm moved directly over the site.
Transport Winds.....South 10-20 mph.
SUNSET..............8:20 PM.

.THURSDAY NIGHT...

Sky/Weather.........Showers and thunderstorms likely.
Temperature.........Min 45.
RH..................Max 90-100%.
Surface Winds.......Southwest winds 10-14 mph in the evening
                    becoming variable 2-5 mph. Erratic and gusty winds to
                    35 mph in evening thunderstorms.
Chc Wetting Rain....70% decreasing to 30% after midnight.
End of pcpn.........2000-2200.
Pcpn Amount.........0.10-0.25 inches...0.25-0.50 inches if a thunderstorm
                    hits directly.
Transport Winds.....Southwest around 10 mph.
SUNRISE.............5:38 AM.

.FRIDAY...

Sky/Weather.........Showers likely...with a few thunderstorms possible.
Temperature.........Max 52.
RH..................Min 63%.
Surface Winds.......Southwest 4-8 mph increasing to 10-15 mph in the afternoon.
Chc Wetting Rain....65%.
Begin/end of pcpn...0800-1100 (likely to see rain most of day).
Pcpn Amount.........0.25 inches.
Transport Winds.....West around 10 mph.
SUNSET..............8:21 PM.

$$
Forecaster...Snyder
Requested by...Dustin Kingwell
Type of request...OTHER
.TAG 1810502.1/REV
.EMAIL dkingwell@fs.fed.us



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