September 19, 2014
RENO, NV - We will once again be significantly warmer than average for this time of year today. Expect mid 90°s with some afternoon breezes and a ton of sunshine.
Tomorrow is the beginning of the most significant cool down in a long time. It is by no means a cold snap. In fact, temperatures will stay slightly above average. But starting on Tuesday we will see lower 90°s for highs. Similar temperatures will continue for the next week.
The wind does pick up a bit Tuesday afternoon. Gusty conditions and low humidity will give us slightly higher fire danger Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday evening. Luckily there is no lightning in the forecast to start any wildfires.
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