It might be a good week to stay indoors around Northern Nevada.
In addition to smoke filling the Truckee Meadows from a nearby fire outside Quincy, Calif., the National Weather Service in Reno has issued a Heat Advisory for the area until Thursday night.
Record-high temperatures are possible throughout the week, especially on Wednesday when they could top out as high as 104 degrees in the Reno-Sparks area.
The high temperatures bring an increased chance of thunderstorms popping up, which could cool things off a bit mid-week. The advisory is set to expire at 11 p.m. Thursday, and daytime highs are forecasted to return to the mid-90s over the weekend.
With the increased heat, officials are warning the public to take extra precautions and avoid any strenuous activities during the daytime.
The Weather Service is also advising residents to stay indoors if possible as smoke from the Minerva Fire began to move into the area on Monday, when the 1,050 acre blaze was just 15 percent contained.
The cause if the fire is still under investigation.