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  1. #1
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    Default The RENO 2013 Weather Thread

    Weather Channel finally got to where my arrival day is showing... conditions look good!!!!!!!!

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    Looking forward to weather observations, predictions, gettin ready to ROCK AND ROLL!!
    Wayne Sagar
    "Pusher of Electrons"

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    Default Re: The RENO 2013 Weather Thread

    I can guarantee you it will be hot and sunny, and/or warm and blowing like hel*, and/or snowing. Plan accordingly.

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    Default Re: The RENO 2013 Weather Thread

    Visibility has greatly improved over the past few days. I believe this is due to a shift in the winds. Smoke is blowing to the east rather than the north. No matter where the smoke is moving I pray for the safety of those on the fire line and the brave souls who are fighting the fire from the sky.

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    Default Re: The RENO 2013 Weather Thread

    Looks like I won't be needing my winter sleeping bag.....
    Wind tracker is looking good so far, too.

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    Default Re: The RENO 2013 Weather Thread

    My friend Photog Robert S. has arrived in Carson City. There is a bit of smoke there but the web says the smoke will go away Friday afternoon when the winds switch around form WSW to North. If its on the web, it must be true.

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    Default Re: The RENO 2013 Weather Thread

    Experience has shown that you should always pack for 4 seasons and only look at the weather report a day or so out.

    Carry on!

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