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Last Map Update: Tue, Jun. 28, 2022 at 9:10:18 am PDT

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As we progress further into the summer, wildfires and the conditions that cause them will begin to elevate. Below are a some tips to help prevent wildfires. Make sure to keep wildfire safety in mind this summer, especially with the 4th right around the corner!

Properly discard cigarettes.

Keep vehicles off of dry grass.

Obey burn bans and other restrictions.

Make sure campfires are completely out.

Sparks off power equipment can start wildfires.

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A dry cold frontal system looks to move across the region Tuesday, but no showers look to follow with it. Instead, westerly to southwesterly winds are expected across Northern and Central Nevada Tuesday afternoon with gust reaching into the 20 to 30 mph range. In addition, pre-existing dry conditions could also allow for blowing dust to be an issue with visibility becoming reduce in areas. Temperatures will get a slight cool down from the front, but still look for afternoon highs to be in the 90s to high 80s.

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It’s time for the summer safety campaign for 2022! Are you weather ready for summer fun?

Check out our latest weather safety information at the link below. Infographics, videos, social media posts, and more are available for virtually all summer-related hazards including: Air Quality, Drought, Heat, Wildfire, And more…

Click on the link below to go to the Summer Safety website for more information:

For further updates visit our Facebook and Twitter pages, or listen to NOAA Weather Radio and continue to check this website: www.weather.gov/elko or go to weather.gov/ and click on the map for NWS forecasts and warnings anywhere in the nation.

 

*At times the NWS provides links to partner sites because they may contain related information. However, the links do not constitute an endorsement by the NWS of any information, products or services.

 

 

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