The RC Morning Report for March 14
Open burning returns on March 23 after a year’s hiatus. According to the East Fork Fire District’s website, burning will run through May 19. Permits will be available at the web site starting next week. Go to http://www.eastforkfire.org for more information and to get a permit.
Patty Cafferata will be in town tonight to discuss women in politics at the Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center as part of the lecture series. Cafferata is the daughter of Nevada’s first congresswoman, Barbara Vucanovich, and has been a district attorney is several counties around the state. The trouble starts at 7 p.m. Cost is $3 for nonmembers.
Well, maybe partly cloudy would be a better description, and really warm. Stateline broke a record for high temperature on Wednesday and is expected to crack it today. In the Valley, I doubt we’re forecast to hit 75 degrees, which is well short of the 80-degree record set in 2007. On Wednesday, my car said it was 81 out, which doesn’t break the record of 83 for March 13, but could indicate we’re in for warmer than forecast temps today.