Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA Discussions
National Weather Service Reno NV
230 PM PDT Sun Jun 16 2019

ECC004-009-172359-
Lassen NF and BLM in Modoc, Lassen, and Washoe Counties-Plumas NF-
Discussion for Susanville and Quincy
230 PM PDT Sun Jun 16 2019

Isolated storms will continue into Sunday evening, with buildups and
a small chance of storms Monday over the higher terrain. After a
brief period of hot temperatures Tuesday into Wednesday, cooler but
breezy conditions develop starting Thursday as low pressure nears.
This could bring critical conditions to lower elevation areas
especially on the east side that have already dry cured grasses.

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ECC012-172359-
Tahoe Basin, Sierra Foothills and El Dorado NF-
Discussion for Camino
230 PM PDT Sun Jun 16 2019

Scattered storms will continue into Sunday evening, with buildups
and a small chance of storms Monday over the higher terrain. After a
brief period of hot temperatures Tuesday into Wednesday, cooler but
breezy conditions develop starting Thursday as low pressure nears.

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ECC016-017-172359-
Sierra Front in Alpine county-
Inyo NF, Mono County and Owens Valley-
Discussion for SF and Inyo
230 PM PDT Sun Jun 16 2019

Thunderstorms remain possible each afternoon and evening through
Monday. Strong outflow winds, lightning, and brief heavy rains are
the main hazards. After a brief period of hot temperatures Tuesday
into Wednesday, breezy conditions develop Thursday into Friday as
low pressure nears. This could bring critical conditions to lower
elevation areas that have already dry cured grasses.

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