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July 16, 2013
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A high ridge forming over most of Nevada today will be leading to another round of triple-digit highs in the Lahontan Valley, reports the National Weather Service. Meteorlogist Tony Fuentes in Reno said Tuesday that Fallon can expect highs in the low 100s through Monday when the ridge begins to flatten out. The NWS also reports a slight chance of thunderstorms for Monday. “Fallon will not be setting many records,” Fuentes said. “The previous records are pretty high.” Fallon is expected to reach 100 degrees on Thursday, short of the 107 mark set in 1960. Friday’s record is 106, also …

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