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Multi-Day and Region Severe Weather Event

A multi-day weather event with severe storms and heavy rainfall will impact several parts of the country. Today, an enhanced risk of severe storms capable of a few strong tornadoes and wind damage are forecast across the central Gulf Coast states. Flash Flooding is also possible from the central Gulf Coast to the Ohio Valley. These threats will press eastward towards the East Coast on Friday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Apr. 18, 2019 at 2:09:45 pm PDT

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There are no watches, warnings, or advisories at this time.

We’ll be warming up the next two days and Reno could even see the first 80 degree day of the year on Friday (average first 80 degree day at KRNO is April 23). The warmth will accelerate snow melt, leading to rises on rivers, creeks, and streams. We’ll see cooler temperatures this weekend, lessening the risk of any flooding at this time. Another warm-up is likely for next week, with additional rises on waterways anticipated. Swimming is not recommended! The water is only 35-45 degrees and will rapidly cause hypothermia, possibly leading to drowning.


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