A beautiful, quiet weekend to spend sometime outside. Temperatures in Western Nevada will be high 70′s but overnight lows will feel much cooler. Breezes will give us some crisp fall air. Enjoy the weekend!
A beautiful day to live in Northern Nevada with highs in Reno in the mid 80′s. Temperatures will cool down tomorrow and it will feel more like fall. Expect some breezes and dry conditions this weekend.
Wind and fire danger will increase over the next few days, as a trough of low pressure tracks through the Pacific Northwest. This will also cool temperatures closer to average by Thursday and Friday. Another warming trend is likely late in the weekend into next week. -Jeff
Gusty winds will arrive this afternoon and again tomorrow with gusts 30+ mph at times. Daytime highs will continue to warm up to above average today with a high of 88 in Reno. Near average highs and sunny skies will linger through the end of the week.
After a hot start, a trough tracking through the Pacific Northwest will cool temperatures and bring some afternoon wind through the work week. While an isolated shower or T-storm is possible south of I-80, no widespread precipitation is expected through early next week. -Jeff
The weather is clearing and chilly for Thursday morning, followed by a warming trend through early next week. Temperatures could hit 90 again in Reno by Monday or Tuesday. Autumn arrives at 6:03 PM on Thursday. -Jeff
Showers and T-storms are in the forecast for one more day, as an area of low pressure lifts through the region. As fall arrives on Thursday, drier weather will settle in, with a warming trend through the weekend. The autumnal equinox occurs at 6:03 PM on Thursday. -Jeff
Another round of rain and high Sierra snow will be possible today and tomorrow before clearing up for the end of the week. Daytime highs will remain cooler than normal with temps peaking in the mid 60s in Reno this afternoon.
Temperatures are cooling down and western Nevada will see chances for rain through Wednesday. Higher elevations in the Sierra will get some snowfall. Areas south of Highway 50 will see higher winds and more intense rainfall. Enjoy the fall weather!
Wind will increase this weekend, ahead of a trough of low pressure. Expect cooler, showery weather Sunday evening through Tuesday, as this system slowly moves inland and through our region. Snow levels could dip as low as 7,500'. -Jeff
Smoke and haze from the Mosquito Fire will continue to impact our air quality today and tomorrow before changes head our way on Sunday, Cooler temps, gusty winds and showers will arrive Sunday through Tuesday of next week with daytime highs in the 60s in Reno.
Smoke and haze will continue to drift into our area from the Mosquito Fire through Saturday. A trough of low pressure will bring cooler, breezy weather, with a chance of rain Sunday into early next week. -Jeff
Smoke and haze will continue to impact air quality today and possibly tomorrow. Cooler temps, gusty winds and a chance for showers will arrive by Sunday and last through early next week. Also next week, Thursday is the first day of Fall!
Air quality has been in the Hazardous range in Reno this morning. There may be some slight improvement by mid-morning, but more smoke is expected to return again late in the day and through tonight. Daytime highs will cool down this weekend with a chance for showers by Sunday.
Smoke and haze will continue to drift our way at times from the Mosquito Fire. Expect seasonal temperatures through the work week, with breezy afternoons. A trough of low pressure could bring cooler, windy weather over the weekend, with a chance of showers. The track and timing of that low is still uncertain. -Jeff
Smoke and haze will once again impact our air quality in Reno today. Expect daytime highs to be near average with a high of 83 in Reno. Heavy rain will impact most of the state today with Flood Watches in effect for the eastern half of the state.
Areas of smoke will continue to drift into our area at times over the next few days, depending on Mosquito Fire activity. Temperatures will cool a few degrees through the middle of the week. A bigger cool-down is possible late in the weekend, as a trough of low pressure possibly dips into the region. Stay tuned! -Jeff
Smoke and haze from the Mosquito Fire will continue to impact our air quality the next few days, Thunderstorms will be possible today and tomorrow and some of these storms could produce heavy rain and gusty outflow winds. Daytime highs will remain near average this week with highs in the 80s in Reno..
Smoke will continue to come our way from the Mosquito Fire and air quality will be unhealthy for most groups. Temperatures will return to average, in the 80′s. Thunderstorms will move through the west Monday and across Nevada later this week.
Smoke from the Mosquito Fire will continue to pour into Reno and the Tahoe Basin. Air quality is very unhealthy and in some places is hazardous. Try to avoid spending time outdoors this weekend. Temperatures will return to average this week and we will see some thunderstorms starting Sunday.
Smoke and haze will continue to drift our way at times over the weekend from regional fires. Temperatures will be toasty on Saturday, then cooling Sunday into next week. Showers are possible early next week from the remnants of a tropical system. -Jeff
Smoke and haze will impact air quality over the next few days. Expect daytime highs to slowly begin to cool down with highs in the 90s today and tomorrow and then 80s into next week. Also next week, showers and thunderstorms will return from Sunday through Tuesday.
Smoke and haze will continue at times through the weekend, depending on activity of the Mosquito Fire. The heat will finally break over the next few days, with average to below-average temperatures and a few showers likely by early next week. -Jeff
Another hot day is expected this afternoon with a high of 100 in Reno. Smoke and haze from the Mosquito Fire will impact air quality across Reno/Sparks today and tomorrow. Cooler temps and a chance for showers will arrive by the weekend.
Another record-breaking day is possible this afternoon with a high of 102 in Reno. Daytime highs will slowly start to cool down as we near the weekend with an increased chance for showers from Sunday-Tuesday.
Today could be the hottest day of the year with a high of 105 in Reno which would also set a new daily and monthly record. Heat Advisories last through tomorrow night. Slightly cooler temps and a few isolated showers will be possible by the end of the weekend and the start of next week.
Extreme heat is expected the next few days with daytime highs in the low 100s in Reno. A Heat Advisory is in effect until 9pm Wednesday. Slightly cooler temps and a chance for showers will arrive for the weekend.
We reached another record here in Reno, 104 degrees. That is also an all time high for September. An excessive heat warning remains in effect until Wednesday, but Tuesday should be the peak of the heat. Make sure to hydrate and stay out of the sun when you can. Temperatures will slowly cool down later in the week and we will have a chance for some thunderstorms.
A hot Labor Day weekend ahead. Make sure to stay hydrated and out of the sun during the middle of the day. We could easily see record breaking temperatures for the next few days and higher winds in the afternoon.
Intense heat will continue through the holiday weekend and into next week. Wind will also bring extreme fire danger over the weekend. Cooling is coming, but not until at least Thursday of next week. -Jeff
Northern Nevada is still under a heat advisory, with temperatures in Reno expected to reach a high of 101 degrees. This warm trend expected to continue through next Tuesday. Other than the heat, you can expect clear skies and light winds.
Northern Nevada is under a heat advisory and will remain so until Tuesday. Thursday’s high will be 100 degrees with clear skies and winds blowing about 5 miles per hour later in the afternoon. These very hot temperatures are expected to stick around until the heat advisory ends on Tuesday.