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FXUS65 KREV 312310
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Reno NV
310 PM PST Tue Jan 31 2023

.SYNOPSIS...

As we move into the beginning of February, high pressure building
into the region will gradually swing temperatures back towards
seasonal averages during the later half of this week. A fast
moving cold front will bring a few light snow showers to the
Sierra crest overnight Thursday into Friday with another stronger
system slated for late Saturday through Sunday that could bring
impacts to Sierra and even portions of western Nevada.

.DISCUSSION...

WARMING TEMPS: Temperatures should have made an upswing to at
least the freezing mark or above this afternoon as an upper ridge
will continue to build into the West Coast and the Great Basin
through Thursday. Temperatures for most sites at noon reported a
few degrees warmer compared to this same time yesterday.
Temperatures should continue to warm to more seasonal values
Wednesday afternoon that will level off through the remainder of
the week into the weekend. Highs for most valleys will increase
into the mid to upper 40s by weeks end with Sierra valleys hanging
back in the mid to upper 30s.

DID SOMEONE SAY FREEZING FOG: With the clear skies, lighter
valley winds, and strengthening overnight inversions there is an
increased chance (10-15%) for late night and early morning patchy
freezing fog forming in and around the Martis and Sierra valleys.
Areas around the Mono Basin will continue to contend with low
stratus and patchy dense FZFG this evening through at least
Thursday. Although a low chance (

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