Friday Morning Report
August 31, 2007
Today’s weather for the Carson City, Minden/Gardnerville and Reno areas ” isolated showers and thunderstorms developing by afternoon. Highs 85-95 with south winds up to 10 mph.
– Gas pipeline work continues on the east and west sides of Fairview Drive, from Fifth Street to Butti Way. Intermittent traffic controls for heavy equipment; drive with caution.
– Due to the construction of the new Sheriff’s Administration Building, Harbin Avenue is closed to traffic between Musser and Second streets. This closure will remain in effect for the duration of the construction which is estimated to be completed in September.
MEXICO CITY (AP) ” The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Henriette has formed off the Pacific coast of Mexico.
At 5 a.m. PDT, the center of Henriette was 85 miles south of Acapulco, with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph.
It was moving west-northwest at near 10 mph and is expected to continue on the path for the next 24 hours, moving near and parallel to Mexico’s Pacific coast, forecasters said.