Ely, NV (89301)

4:17 PM PDT on September 04, 2015 (GMT -0700)
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Elev 6234 ft 39.33 °N, 114.88 °W | Updated 12 minutes ago

Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
79.6 °F
Feels Like 78 °F
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7.4
Wind Variable Wind from SW
Gusts 7.4 mph

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Waning Gibbous, 55% visible
Pressure 29.89 in
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Heat Index 78 °F
Dew Point 22 °F
Humidity 12%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
UV out of 12
Pollen 9.80 out of 12
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Pressure 29.89 in
Visibility miles
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Heat Index 78 °F
Dew Point 22 °F
Humidity 12%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
UV out of 12
Pollen 9.80 out of 12
Air Quality Not available.
Flu Activity Not available.
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Freeze Watch, Wind Advisory
Statement as of 3:19 PM PDT on September 04, 2015

... Wind Advisory remains in effect until 8 PM PDT this evening...

... Freeze watch in effect from late Saturday night through Sunday
morning...

The National Weather Service in Elko has issued a freeze watch...
which is in effect from late Saturday night through Sunday
morning. A Wind Advisory remains in effect until 8 PM PDT this
evening.

* Winds... south to southwest winds at 25 to 35 mph with gusts to
55 mph.

* Timing... winds will remain strong into the early evening then
diminish through the late evening and overnight hours.

* Temperatures... much colder Saturday night with temperatures
expected to drop into the upper 20s to low 30s.

* Locations include: Ely... McGill... Connors Pass... Great Basin
National Park

* impacts... strong southerly winds will impact travel...
especially along east-west routes such as highways 6 and 50.
High profile vehicles are urged to use caution. Areas of blowing
dust may impact visibility at times.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Wind Advisory means that sustained winds of 30 mph with gusts
in excess of 45 mph are expected. Winds this strong can make
driving difficult... especially for high profile vehicles. Use
extra caution.

A freeze watch means sub-freezing temperatures are possible.
These conditions could kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.






Special Weather Statement
Statement as of 4:11 PM PDT on September 03, 2015

... Significant change in the weather expected Saturday afternoon
through Sunday morning...

The first cold system of the season will cross northern Nevada this
weekend. It will feel like autumn over many locations. Lower valleys
may see minimum temperatures near freezing or a hair below. Higher
valleys could be in the teens. Even high temperatures will be in the
60s and 70s... with some higher valleys only managing around 60.

Higher mountains... between 8500 and 9000 feet and higher... will
likely see some snow. The highest ridges could get an inch or so
over the weekend. This will not affect roads but will be a shocker
to unprepared hikers... campers and so forth. Most of the snow
showers will be in rugged terrain of northern Elko and Humboldt
counties away from roads. Still... we will probably see snow on
some peaks.

Your garden plots and outdoor plants will be in danger of a frost
at least. Be prepared to protect them.

More information will come forth as it become available or if things
change.

Look on our facebook Page or visit www.Weather.Gov/Elko for the
latest weather information



411 PM PDT Thu Sep 3 2015

... Significant change in the weather expected Saturday afternoon
through Sunday morning...

The first cold system of the season will cross northern Nevada this
weekend. It will feel like autumn over many locations. Lower valleys
may see minimum temperatures near freezing or a hair below. Higher
valleys could be in the teens. Even high temperatures will be in the
60s and 70s... with some higher valleys only managing around 60.

Higher mountains... between 8500 and 9000 feet and higher... will
likely see some snow. The highest ridges could get an inch or so
over the weekend. This will not affect roads but will be a shocker
to unprepared hikers... campers and so forth. Most of the snow
showers will be in rugged terrain of northern Elko and Humboldt
counties away from roads. Still... we will probably see snow on
some peaks.

Your garden plots and outdoor plants will be in danger of a frost
at least. Be prepared to protect them.

More information will come forth as it become available or if things
change.

Look on our facebook Page or visit www.Weather.Gov/Elko for the
latest weather information




Fire Weather Warning
Statement as of 3:07 PM PDT on September 04, 2015

... Red flag warning remains in effect until 8 PM PDT this evening
for gusty winds and low relative humidity for fire weather zones
455 and 470...

* affected area... fire weather zone 455 White Pine County and
fire weather zone 470 eastern Elko County.

* Winds... southwest 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 55 mph.

* Relative humidity... as low as 7 percent.

* Impacts... the combination of gusty winds and low humidity will
create critical fire weather conditions.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A red flag warning means that critical fire weather conditions
are either occurring now... or will shortly. A combination of
strong winds... low relative humidity... and warm temperatures can
contribute to extreme fire behavior.