Temperatures will not be as hot over the next several days, as a weak trough of low pressure drops along the West Coast. A few afternoon T-storms are possible each day, with an increasing chance for western Nevada by the weekend. -Jeff
A weak trough of low pressure will develop over the West Coast through this work week. This feature will cool temperatures somewhat, but will also return a chance of T-storms to the forecast Thursday through the weekend. Temperatures will also climb again next weekend into the following week. -Jeff
Hot, dry weather will continue through the weekend and into next week. We will see breezy conditions and increased fire danger each afternoon and evening, with a bit more wind on Monday. Temperatures will cool a few degrees next week. There is a slight chance of a few T-storms late next week, although this change is far from certain at this time. Stay cool out there! -Jeff
The heat will continue through the weekend, with valley highs warming to or topping 100. Tahoe temperatures will climb into the upper 80s. Expect a daily afternoon breeze, increasing Monday, as a weak system passes by to the north. This feature will drop temperatures a bit next week, and possible bring a few T-storms back into the picture after Wednesday. Stay cool out there! -Jeff
Drier, westerly flow will take thunderstorms out of the forecast for the rest of the week and weekend for most of our area. Temperatures will heat up through the week. Expect a daily breeze each afternoon and evening. As a result, be very careful with fire during those hours. -Jeff
T-storms will retreat south of Highway 50 over the next few days. More storms are possible in the afternoons and evenings on Sunday and Monday. Temperatures will stay tolerable through the weekend, with hotter weather coming early next week. -Jeff
Temperatures will be more comfortable over the next few days, with most locations on the cool side of average. A few afternoon T-storms are possible, mainly south of Highway 50. Warmer weather is in the forecast for the weekend into early next week. -Jeff
Thunderstorms are in the forecast through Wednesday. Some cells could be strong to severe. Lightning and gusty wind will also create extreme fire danger at times. Cooler, quieter weather will return Thursday and Friday. Sunny, warmer weather is back over the weekend into next week. -Jeff
Thunderstorms are in the forecast for the next few days. Watch for heavy rain, gusty wind, lightning, and new fire starts with storms. The heat will continue, although not as intense for the latter half of the week. -Jeff
The heat will continue through next week, as valleys sizzle in the upper 90s and 100s, and Sierra locations reach the upper 80s. Thunderstorms are possible each day, mainly south of Highway 50. More widespread storms are possible with a trough of low pressure in the middle of next week. Stay cool out there! -Jeff
Typical summer temperatures and afternoon breezes will persist over northeast California, the Sierra, and western Nevada into next week. A few afternoon and evening thunderstorms over eastern California and western Nevada today will persist into early next week, mainly confined to areas south of Highway 50.
Expect another hot afternoon with daytime highs in the upper 90s around Reno. Thunderstorms will return today with the best chance for storms in Mono and Alpine Counties. More widespread storms will be possible tomorrow afternoon.
The heat will continue through the week and weekend. Thunderstorms are possible on Wednesday and Thursday. A fire weather watch is in effect for western Nevada and parts of the Sierra for dry lightning and gusty and erratic winds with storms. -Jeff
The weekend will be sunny, hot, and breezy at times. This will likely bring periods of critical fire danger both days in the afternoons and evenings. Temperatures may cool a bit early next week, but the change will hardly be noticeable. July heat is sticking around through at least next week. -Jeff
Temperatures will warm a few degrees over the weekend with warm to hot afternoon temperatures. Typical afternoon breezes will prevail with a slight increase in wind Saturday through Monday. Overall dry through early next week with isolated storms possible after midweek.
Sunshine and toasty temperatures will continue through the weekend and next week. Expect breezy afternoons and increased fire danger and be careful out there. No thunderstorms or major temperature swings are in the forecast for the next 8 to 10 days. -Jeff
Sunny, dry days will continue through the weekend, with breezy afternoons. Expect temperatures to climb back above average, with valleys well into the 90s. Smoke and haze are possible at times around the Numbers Fire, especially in the overnight and morning hours. -Jeff
Sunny skies and a warming trend are in the forecast through the weekend. Expect a daily breeze in the afternoons and evenings with very dry air and increased fire danger. Smoke and haze are likely in areas around and down-wind of the Numbers Fire in Douglas County. -Jeff
Gusty conditions will diminish overnight, but breezy weather will redevelop each afternoon through this work week. Sunshine and temperatures around average are expected through Friday. The weekend looks hotter, with a slight chance of thunderstorms returning late in the weekend into early next week. -Jeff