A potent storm will bring strong winds, valley rain and Sierra snow to northern Nevada today. Expect winds to pick up after 10am with a Wind Advisory going into effect. Showers will arrive this afternoon and will continue through tonight.
A couple of storms will impact northern Nevada Wednesday and Thursday. Expect gusty winds, valley rain and Sierra snow to begin tomorrow morning. Snow levels will begin above 6500′, but should drop to 5000′ by Thursday morning.
Sunday Night mostly cloudy with lows around 33 degrees. Sunny but cool Monday with a high around 56 degrees. Rain chances Wednesday, 40%, going into Wednesday night and Thursday before 4 a.m. Possible snow Thursday night, but clear again Monday.
We have continuing chances for scattered snow showers through the overnight hours into Friday morning. But those chances won't amount to much in terms of totals as we will only see a dusting on the valley floor. The snow chances end before noon and the weekend turns dry.
After a chilly, partly cloudy Wednesday, snow showers drop into the forecast for the Friday morning commute and the weekend. While snowfall totals will be light, expect controls over the passes and be prepared for some slick spots around the valleys. Milder, dry weather returns next week. -Jeff
Cold, dry weather will continue to one more day. Expect more clouds and Sierra snow showers Wednesday into Thursday. A stronger, but fast-moving, system will dive through the region Thursday night into Friday. Be prepared for snow at all elevations on the Friday morning commute. -Jeff
A sharp cold front will bring rain and snow showers Thanksgiving morning for western Nevada, then into central and eastern Nevada by afternoon and evening. Most areas will not get much precipitation, but some slick spots are possible, especially east of Winnemucca. Black Friday and the weekend will be much colder, with a slow warming trend next week. -Jeff
We will top out close to 60 degrees today with a 40% chance of light rain to start Thanksgiving Day. You'll find snow along I-80 between Winnemucca and Elko through the evening hours. This coming weekend turns dry and colder.
Wednesday will be the mildest day of the week, and will also stay quiet for travel. A sharp cold front will bring a burst of rain and snow showers on Thursday, followed by sunny, cold weather for Black Friday and the weekend. Happy Thanksgiving! -Jeff
The weather looks great this year for Thanksgiving travel. Expect temperatures to warm through Wednesday, under partly cloudy skies. A weak system will bring some light rain and snow to some areas on Thanksgiving Day, followed by another shot of much colder weather for Black Friday and the weekend. Enjoy the ups and downs of the season! -Jeff
An area of low pressure will keep rain in the forecast, with falling snow levels by Saturday evening. Carry chains in the Sierra. Skies will clear on a much cooler Sunday. Thanksgiving week looks dry and a little warmer for easy travel this year (at least weather-wise). -Jeff
An area of low pressure will keep the weather unsettled through early Sunday. Expect rain showers, with high elevation snow in the Sierra. Snow levels will fall to valley floors by Sunday morning, as the system lifts out. Next week will be cool and dry for Thanksgiving Week travel. A weak system is possible on Thanksgiving Day. Stay tuned! -Jeff
Showers overnight will taper off for valleys into Thursday morning, but persist in the Sierra. Friday night into Saturday, another wave will bring more moisture. Expect snow levels to stay above 7,000' through Friday, then dip to possibly Lake Tahoe level on Saturday. Thanksgiving Week looks mild and dry, not good for Sierra snowpack, but great for travel this year. -Jeff
An area of low pressure off of the West Coast will bring clouds and unsettled weather our way. Expect a chance of rain showers for valleys by Wednesday night into Thursday, with snow in the Sierra above 7,500'. This system will move inland to our south Friday into the weekend. This will keep a chance of showers going through Saturday evening. Carry chains over the passes. -Jeff
An area of low pressure will spin clouds our way and slide to our south through the end of the week. This system will bring a chance of showers, mainly south of I-80, from Wednesday through the weekend. Snow levels will stay high, above about 7,000'. After starting the week in the 60s, valley locations will cool into the 50s by the weekend. -Jeff
A temperate Sunday with lows in the 30′s and highs concentrated in the 50′s and 60′s. Partly cloudy but seeing sun earlier in the week, with rain chances Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, possibly moving into the early morning Saturday.
Warm, quiet weather is in the forecast for Veterans' Day Weekend. A storm system will approach the coast next week, possibly moving inland by Wednesday into Thursday. While most precipitation is expected to stay south, there is still uncertainty on track and timing of the system. Stay tuned! -Jeff
After another very cold start, Thursday will kick off our warming trend that will roll right through the weekend. Veterans' Day Weekend will be dry and mild, with partly cloudy skies. A storm system next week will bring wind, rain, and snow, but the speed and track are still uncertain. Stay tuned! -Jeff
Clearing, cool weather is in the forecast for Wednesday. Expect a slow warming trend for the rest of the week, along with occasional clouds. Veterans' Day Weekend will be mild and quiet. A stronger storm is possible around Tuesday of next week. Stay tuned! -Jeff
Much cooler weather is in the forecast through the work week. After a chance of rain and snow showers on Tuesday, skies will clear for a few days. A weak system will bring some clouds and wind on Friday, followed by a milder Veterans' Day Weekend. -Jeff
It's an 80% chance of rain for the Reno area this Monday with snow likely in Tahoe with a snow level o 7,000 feet. Snow levels drop to around 5,000 feet overnight into Tuesday so foothill locations could see a dusting of snow then. The forecast turns dry by Wednesday morning.