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"Thirty s tomorrow, beautiful day, sunshine light winds with afternoon. Temperatures near sixty. We'll do the same thing again on Saturday Sunday. It'll be a little bit cooler with a few more clouds. I'm ki CRA three meteorologist Mark finding on NewsRadio K A PK. Fifty four degrees now in Applegate fifty nine in regency park in fifty eight in Sacramento, it's four thirty-three at NewsRadio. A new study says the fire tornado that devastated. Parts of reading the summer was a quivalent to an e f three the national weather service estimates the surface wind speeds in the vortex. We're in excess of one hundred forty miles per hour and the plume of flame and gas reached more than seventeen thousand feet the car fire that started on July twenty six the destroyed more than a thousand homes and took more than a month to fully contain the authors of the study published in geophysical research letters. So the observations could help forecasters identify and potentially issue warnings in advance."