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Excessive Heat Continues Across the West

Dangerously hot temperatures are expected again for much of the Pacific Northwest and portions of the Southwest. Elsewhere, severe thunderstorms and heavy rain are possible across portions of New Mexico and southern High Plains. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Jun. 25, 2017 at 1:40:23 pm PDT

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A Red Flag Warning is in effect for extreme northeastern California and western Nevada. Gusty winds and very dry conditions will return on Monday and are forecast to persist through Tuesday afternoon. Any spark may cause a wildfire in the dry grass and brush. Be mindful of any activity that may cause a spark, especially if you are target shooting, off-roading, or starting a campfire. For more information regarding the Red Flag Warning visit our website at:
Gusty winds will return on Monday. Those heading out on area lakes need to be aware of the potential for hazardous boating conditions. If you do kayak or paddle board, remember to wear your personal flotation device at all times. Check our Lake Wind Advisories on our website:
High pressure will bring much above average temperatures through the weekend, with some cooling by early next week. Dry conditions are expected this weekend and early next week which will increase fire danger for areas mainly in western Nevada valleys where fuels are driest. Breezy conditions along with low relative humidity values warrant a Fire Weather Watch for Monday in western Nevada. Low chances for thunderstorms are expected this weekend, with the best chances on Sunday. Flooding will continue for the creeks in Mono County and portions of the Walker River System. Stay tuned to our latest forecast on our website:


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