Expect a cooler, breezy holiday weekend. A few showers are possible on Sunday, mainly in the mountains and north of I-80. Next week will bring warmer weather, with highs rising back above average for the end of the week. -Jeff
July will bring cooler temperatures and more wind, especially over the holiday weekend. A few showers are possible north of I-80, mainly on Sunday. Next week, the weather will slowly warm back to just above average. Expect some wind each afternoon. -Jeff
Slow cooling will continue through the weekend, with breezy afternoons in the forecast. Be very careful with the high fire danger. Smoke and haze is also possible, as the Rices Fire continues to burn over in Nevada County. -Jeff
Sunny, hot and breezy conditions will be possible each day the rest of the week. Daytime highs should peak in the low 90s through Friday with gusty afternoon winds. The weekend will be slightly cooler with highs in the 80s through the 4th.
More wind and less heat are in the forecast this week, and into the holiday weekend. Be very careful with anything involving heat or fire in the landscape. We could get even cooler for Independence Day. Here comes July! -Jeff
Some scattered rain and thunderstorms take center stage Saturday night. The storm will move quickly toward the northeast corner of the state. Sunday will be clear and hot. Some cumulus clouds will be visible in the sky making for another beautiful sunset. Expect temperatures to stay in the 80′s and 90′s all week.
The hot weather is here for the weekend, with valley highs warming into the mid to upper 90s. Next week will bring more wind and cooler weather. A few storms are possible Saturday afternoon, with dry weather expected through the rest of the forecast. -Jeff
Skies will clear out to a mostly sunny forecast through the weekend. Expect hotter weather, with valley temperatures peaking close to 100 by Sunday and Monday. Next week looks breezy and cooler beyond Tuesday. -Jeff
An area of low pressure will bring a few showers and T-storms into the forecast on Thursday. By the weekend, drier, hotter weather is in the forecast. Expect some valley locations to approach 100 by Sunday. -Jeff
Hot days are in the forecast for awhile with daytime highs in the 90s in Reno through the weekend. There’s also a chance for afternoon thunderstorms starting today with the best chance for storms by tomorrow.
The heat is on for the first day of summer! Expect sunny skies today with light winds and highs in the upper 80s around Reno. Tomorrow will be even warmer with highs in the 90s and we should stay in the 90s through the weekend. Afternoon thunderstorms will be possible by Thursday.
Warmer weather is here. Expect a return to the mid to upper 90s for valley locations for Wednesday through the weekend. A few T-storms are also likely in the afternoon-evening hours Thursday and possibly Friday, as an area of low pressure tracks through the area. Summer officially arrives on Tuesday at 2:14 PM. -Jeff
The weather will be cool and unsettled on Saturday, with a chance of afternoon showers and an isolated T-storm. Sunday will be sunny and warmer for Dad, but still on the cool side of average. Next week will be warmer, with valleys warming back into the 90s for the latter half of the week. -Jeff
The wind will be gusty at times Friday into the weekend, as a trough of low pressure swings through the region. Expect a cooler, unsettled weekend, with temperatures running at least 10 degrees below average. Next week will bring another warming trend. Summer arrives Tuesday at 2:14 PM. -Jeff
Strong winds will arrive today and will hang around through Saturday. Winds gusts could exceed 40 mph at times. Daytime highs will peak in the upper 80s in Reno this afternoon with cooler temps on tap for the weekend.
Windy weather is in the forecast, with areas of blowing dust, bumpy travel, and toppled items possible. This comes ahead of a cold front and a much cooler Father's Day Weekend. Next week will bring a warming trend. Summer officially arrives at 2:14 PM next Tuesday. -Jeff
Expect a hot afternoon with daytime highs peaking in the low 90s in Reno. Strong, gusty winds will return tomorrow and will continue through the weekend. The weekend is on track to be a little cooler with highs in the 70s for Father’s Day.
Expect a sunny, warm afternoon with daytime highs in the low 80s in Reno. Temperatures will be heating up the next few days with highs in the 90s through Thursday. Cooler temps and gusty winds will arrive by Friday and into the weekend.
Expect warmer weather through Thursday, with valley highs rising back into the 90s. Another chilly trough of low pressure will bring wind late in the week, along with an unsettled weekend. Father's Day will be much cooler, with temperatures falling back below average. -Jeff
Scattered showers will continue into tonight. North of I-80 could see strong winds and thunderstorms. Temperatures will remain cooler through Monday but will heat back up later in the week. We should see 90 degrees again on Wednesday.
Hot weather will continue through Saturday, with records likely on Friday. A cold front will bring breezy, cooler weather on Sunday, with a few showers and isolated T-storms. Next week will start cooler, then warm again after Tuesday. -Jeff
The hot stuff is here, at least for a few days. Record highs are likely on Friday. A cold front will bring breezy, cooler weather Sunday into next week. A few showers are also possible with the change, mainly north of Highway 50. -Jeff
Hot temperatures are expected the next several days with a Heat Advisory on Friday as temps jump up to near 100 in Reno. A low pressure system will move onto the west coast during the weekend which will bring a slight chance for showers on Sunday and cooler temps to start next week.
The warm week continues with a high of 90 degrees expected on Tuesday. There will be light winds and some cloud coverage later in the evening. Wednesday will be similar, with a slight increase in temperatures coming on Thursday. Friday still has the potential to break a record, with a high of about 98 degrees. The current record sits at 96 degrees.
Monday kicks off a warming trend, with an expected high of 84 degrees. It’s expected to be in the high 80s and low 90s until Friday, which has the potential to break the record high which is 96 degrees. The weekend also has the potential to bring thunderstorms to our area along with winds which could pose an increased risk of fire danger.
Warm weather is headed our way. You can expect temperatures to rise into the 90′s this week. Lake Wind Advisories in the western part of the state will end tonight at 11 pm. Monday will be windy and Tuesday will be breezy. Make sure to hydrate and stay safe when spending time outdoors!
An area of low pressure is moving into the Pacific Northwest this weekend and will bring clouds, cooler temps and a slight chance for light rain showers to northern Nevada. Daytime highs will peak in the mid 70s Saturday and Sunday, but we should warm up into the 90s by next week.
Expect cloudy skies and gusty winds this afternoon with daytime highs in the low 80s in Reno. A storm system will move into the Pacific Northwest this weekend and will continue to bring gusty winds and cooler temps to northern Nevada with a slight chance for light showers on Sunday.