After a cool start, temperatures Sunday will near 80 degrees with a good amount of sunshine, a few high level clouds, and a tiny amount of haze. Highs Sunday will be in the upper 70s around the Reno airport and upper 60s at Tahoe. A series of fronts will move through here this coming week, but since we have a lot of dry air in place, no accumulations are expected. The only thing the fronts will do is kick up our winds and cool us off.
The autumnal equinox is next Friday, Sept. 22, but it will feel like fall this weekend too. Temperatures Saturday will range from the mid 70s in Carson City, to the upper 60s around Tahoe and the upper 70s near the Reno airport. Temperatures Saturday night will be cool, with many of us dropping into the 40s and 30s, and especially cool in the Sierra where numbers could near the freezing point. We have a lot of dry air in place as well, so no rain this weekend, but some wind.
Severe weather does not happen all that often around here, but we got a good dose of it this week. An area of low pressure moving on shore with plenty of moisture and instability has made for the perfect set up for us to see lots of lightning, heavy rain, gusty winds, hail, and even a water spout this week. Tuesday’s storms produced a ton of lightning and pockets of heavy rain too.
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