Sunny skies and breezy afternoons, with average temperatures, will continue through the weekend into next week. More wind is possible early next week, which could mean Red Flag, or critical, fire danger. No precipitation is expected through the next 8 to 10 days at least. Happy Independence Day! -Jeff
Sunny skies and seasonal temperatures are in the forecast through the holiday weekend and into next week. Conditions are very dry. Be careful with anything involving fire or heat, especially in the breezy afternoons. A weak system to the north will bring even more wind on Tuesday. Intense heat and thunderstorms are not in the forecast through at least the middle of next week. -Jeff
Sunny, dry weather will continue through the holiday weekend. Daytime highs will peak near average with temps in the 90s by Saturday. Expect winds to pick up each afternoon with gusts 20-30 mph at times.
Sunny, dry weather is in the forecast through the first week of July. Expect breezy conditions each afternoon with temperatures close to average for early July. Thunderstorms and extreme heat are not expected through the next 10 days. -Jeff
The warming trend will continue, but slowly over the next few days. Expect temperatures to warm up to around average by the holiday weekend. Expect sunshine and a healthy, daily, afternoon breeze. Thunderstorms and extreme heat are not expected through the first week of July. -Jeff
The weather will be pleasant through the holiday weekend, with temperatures warming back to around or just above average by Independence Day. Expect sunshine and a daily afternoon-evening breeze. -Jeff
An unseasonably cold area of low pressure will drop into the region over the weekend. Ahead of a significant temperature drop, wind will be gusty at times Saturday afternoon through Sunday. This will bring extreme fire weather danger at times. Be very careful with fire or anything that could start a fire. Much cooler weather arrives on Sunday and will keep temperatures below average through the middle of next week. This will be a dry change for most areas, but a few showers are possible Sunday night into Monday. -Jeff
Hot, dry weather is on tap for our Friday afternoon. Daytime highs will peak in the mid 90s today and tomorrow. Expect gusty winds to arrive Saturday afternoon and will last through Sunday night. Fire danger will be high this weekend due to those strong winds and low humidity.
Sunny, hot weather is in the forecast through Saturday, with increasing wind. Breezy weather over the weekend will bring critical fire weather conditions at times. A sharp cold front will drop temperatures considerably Sunday through Tuesday, with all areas dipping below average for late June. Temperatures will rebound later next week. -Jeff
Thunderstorms will wind down overnight and develop south of Highway 50 on Thursday. We can expect a slight cool-down, before hotter weather returns on Friday and Saturday. The weekend will be windy, bringing critical fire danger at times. This wind will come ahead of a big temperature drop early next week. -Jeff
Thunderstorms will dissipate overnight, then redevelop on Wednesday. Storms will pop in the Sierra and then move east into the Basin by evening. The heat will continue, with more triple-digits possible in the valleys before storms develop. Thursday will not be as hot and breezy by afternoon. The weekend brings more wind and a much larger temperature drop. Expect highs in the 70s and 80s for the valleys by early next week. Stay cool out there and keep an eye to the sky. -Jeff
Expect a hot afternoon with a high of 98 in Reno. There will be a slight chance for thunderstorms later today and again tomorrow afternoon. Some of these storms could produce small hail, heavy rain and gusty outflow winds.
The heat is on this week, with triple digits likely for some valley locations through Thursday. A few T-storms will develop in the afternoons. The best chance will be around the Sierra on Tuesday, becoming more widespread Wednesday. Westerly flow will clear storms and bring a slight cool-down Thursday into Friday. The weekend will start very hot and end breezy and much cooler into early next week. -Jeff
Warmer weather is here just in time for the official start of summer. Valleys will warm into the 90s, with 80s expected in the Tahoe Basin. The weather will stay dry with occasional clouds through early next week. A few T-storms may pop up by Wednesday. Summer arrives on Saturday, at 2:38 PM PDT. Happy Father's Day Weekend! -Jeff
Sunshine and a warming trend are in the forecast through the weekend. Expect a daily afternoon breeze, but light winds otherwise. Temperatures will warm back into the 90s for valley floors by the weekend into next week. Lake Tahoe will see highs in the 80s. A few T-storms are possible in the afternoons and evenings next Tuesday through Wednesday. Summer arrives on Saturday at 2:43 PM PDT. -Jeff
Warmer weather is coming our way, with afternoons warming back into the 90s for valleys by the weekend. Expect upper 70s to low 80s in the Sierra. A few T-storms are possible in the afternoon heat early next week. Summer arrives on Saturday, at 2:43 PM PDT. -Jeff
Sunny skies are in the forecast for the rest of the week. After a Wednesday that will be on the cool side for June, temperatures are on the way up through the weekend. By Saturday, most valley locations will warm into the 90s, with 80s in the forecast for Lake Tahoe. Summer officially arrives on Saturday, at 2:43 PM PDT. -Jeff