The heat continues Sunday with temperatures around 100 degrees in the valley and upper 80s at Lake Tahoe. Temperatures will already be in the low 90s at the Reno airport at noon and reaching about 101 at 5 p.m. There is a slight chance of a few thunderstorms between about 1 and 5 Sunday afternoon in the valley, with most of us avoiding the activity completely. Most of the storms will fire along and north of I-80 with some of the storms possibly reaching the valley.
The heat continues today with not too many changes to the forecast. Just when we thought we would cool off, the ridge will rebuild, allowing temperatures to reach the century mark both Saturday and Sunday. High temperatures have been in the 90s since last Friday and we’ll still be in the 90s for much of next week too. Even places like Portland, Oregon, are set to reach the triple digits this weekend.
The heat continues Friday with temperatures ranging from the upper 90s at the Reno airport to the mid-90s in Carson City and mid-80s at Lake Tahoe. Most of us will be dry today, with the exception of the Sierra, where there is a 10 percent chance for a shower or two. I can’t rule out some thunder and lightning in the mountains either. Winds will be light for the majority of Friday, with a pick-up in wind speed during the late afternoon, where gusts could top 20 mph.
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