The RC Morning Report for June 6
The new outdoor burning ordinance and a presentation from the Nevada Department of Transportation on future roadwork are among the items appearing before Douglas County commissioners today. Commissioners meet 1 p.m. at the Douglas County Administrative Building, 1616 Eighth St.
Gray, but not much thunderstorm activity
It was gray again on Wednesday, but we didn’t receive any reports of lightning strikes in the area. There was a report of smoke behind Grover’s Hot Springs. The fire down near Bridgeport is out. On a related note, the Sierra Front Interagency Dispatch Center has updated their website. Check it out at http://www.sierrafront.net
The National Weather Service is reporting that heat records are going to start falling today. The record for today in Minden was set in 1926 with 99 degrees. We’re going to start getting closer on Friday when the record for that date was 96 set in 2003, and the forecast is for 97. On Saturday the record temperature is 97 degrees, also set in 2003. It’s forecast to hit 98 so stand by.
Not quite a record here, though
Today is forecast to be warm with a high temperature hitting 94 degrees and a chance of isolated thunderstorms. The wind will remain calm at about 5 mph.