Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS65 KREV 010939

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Reno NV
239 AM PDT Sat Oct 1 2022


Above average temperatures continue through next week peaking mid-
week. Quiet fall weather of light winds and sunny skies will
continue through next week as high pressure builds in.



A closed low will continue to meander northeast with a ridge
building in behind it, keeping an upper-level northerly flow over
western NV through mid-week. Through all of next week high pressure
will continue to dominate and make its presence known by keeping the
region warm, sunny, and dry. A pattern change looks possible after
next week, though there is high uncertainty.

These pleasant fall temperatures will continue each day for at
least the next 7 days. The trend in model guidance over the past
few days has been pushing the warmest days of next week later and
later in the week. Current blended guidance has Wednesday through
Friday the warmest days next week. Highs Thursday are looking to
be in the low-mid 80`s for western NV and northeast CA, with
Sierra valleys staying a little cooler in the mid 70`s. Overnight
lows will continue to be slightly above average with Sierra
valleys getting down to near freezing each morning through Monday.
With these cooler overnight lows, fog is expected to form in
Truckee tonight and Sunday morning with a slight chance Monday
morning. -Justin



VFR conditions will continue through the weekend. There`s a 20%
chance of fog formation over TRK tonight and Sunday morning which
will clear out just after sunrise. Winds will generally be light,
but afternoon gusts of 10-15 kts are possible.


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