Sparks High, local non-profit educator experiences astronaut training at U.S. Space and Rocket Center
Temperatures drop slightly, heavy rain set to clear by Friday
SPARKS — The National Weather Service reported Wednesday’s high temperature at 97 degrees, breaking the five-day streak of recording triple digits in the area. Given the blistering heat entering July, Sparks-area residents may have been surprised to see heavy thunderstorms and a flash-flood warning Tuesday evening. As Wednesday’s temperatures grew to the high 90s, heavy rain was expected and Sparks continued to be on flash flood watch until 9 ...