After a warm Saturday, temperatures will cool a bit on Sunday. Expect breezy conditions with the change, especially on area lakes. A bigger temperature drop is likely Tuesday into Wednesday. A few showers are possible. Temperatures will warm again for the end of next week. -Jeff
Sunny days, warm and breezy afternoons, and chilly nights will continue through the weekend. Wind will increase and temperatures will drop a bit on Sunday into Monday. A bigger cool-down is likely by the middle of next week, with possible showers. Stay tuned! -Jeff
Skies will clear and wind will diminish overnight. Expect sunny, dry weather through the weekend, with warm and breezy afternoons. A cool-down is possible next week, but little if any precipitation is expected with this change. -Jeff
Cool mornings and warm afternoons are in the forecast through the weekend. Expect occasional high clouds and breezy afternoons and evenings. A cool-down is possible early next week, but no good chances of rain or snow are in the forecast through at least Monday. -Jeff
Skies will clear and wind will diminish overnight. Expect sunshine, cool mornings, and warm afternoons through this pleasant weather week. No significant storms are in the forecast through the weekend. Another dry cold front is possible early next week, but timing and track are uncertain. -Jeff
Warm, breezy weather is in the forecast through Easter Weekend. Expect occasional high clouds. A fast-moving area of low pressure will brush through northern Nevada early next week. While it doesn't look like much of a system, temperatures will come down about 10 degrees, with breezy conditions and scattered showers. Temperatures will warm again through the rest of the week. Another system is possible for the following weekend, but details are hazy at this time. Happy Easter! -Jeff
Expect a mild and warm weekend with daytime highs in the mid 70s through Easter Sunday. An area of low pressure will bring clouds, cooler temps and gusty winds to northern Nevada next week with a slight chance for showers Monday afternoon.
Cool mornings and warm afternoons are in the forecast through Easter Weekend, with breezy afternoons and occasional high clouds. An area of low pressure will dip into the state early next week. While the track and timing are still uncertain, cooler, breezy weather is likely. Showers are also possible. Stay tuned! -Jeff
Expect sunny, warm weather today with daytime highs in the mid 70s in Reno. Some clouds will move in tomorrow and Saturday but temps are expected to remain well above average. The next chance for showers will arrive by Monday of next week.
The warmest weather of 2021 so far is in the forecast over the next few days. This streak should hold through Easter Sunday, although more wind is in the picture for the holiday this year. Next week will be much cooler, with a chance of showers. -Jeff
While nights stay chilly, much warmer afternoons are in the forecast, with temperatures jumping back into the 70s across western Nevada as we welcome April. The weather will start to change over the weekend, with more wind expected and cooling into early next week. Easter Sunday looks warm, but breezy this year. -Jeff
A ridge of high pressure will build across the west coast the nest few days which means we can expect sunny skies, light winds and warmer temps in Reno this week. Daytime highs should peak in the 70s Thursday- Saturday. Enjoy!
Wind will diminish for valleys overnight, but stay gusty in the Sierra through Tuesday. Expect a warming trend through the week, pushing valley highs back into the 70s by Thursday. Easter Weekend will bring wind, with a cool-down. A chance of showers will follow into early next week. -Jeff
The weekend will be sunny and warm, with the first temperatures in the 70s in the forecast for western Nevada. Next week will start with a cool-down, which will come with some Monday wind. This change will be a dry one for most of our region. Temperatures will warm again for the latter half of next week, heading into Easter Weekend. -Jeff
Sunny, dry and warmer weather is on tap for the weekend. Daytime highs could peak in the low 70s by Sunday afternoon. A cold front will move to our north on Monday and will bring gusty winds and cooler temps to start next week.
Clearing skies and chilly temperatures are in the forecast overnight. Warmer weather will come our way over the next few days, with 70s likely for western Nevada valleys. Next week will cool down Monday and Tuesday. While some wind is in the forecast, this will be a dry change for most areas. -Jeff
A fast-moving system will bring clouds, wind, cooler temperatures, and a few showers Thursday. Following this winter-like day, expect sunshine and a quick warming trend. The first 70 of the year is likely over the weekend in Reno. Next week looks cooler, but this change will likely be dry. -Jeff
Expect a mild Wednesday afternoon with partly cloudy skies, light winds and daytime highs in the mid 50s in Reno. The next storm will arrive tomorrow with a chance for light rain and snow showers. We’ll clear up early Friday with sunny skies and above average temperatures through the weekend.
Clearing skies and cold temperatures are in the forecast overnight. Wednesday will be warmer, with a few afternoon clouds. A weak system will bring breezy, cooler weather on Thursday, with a few showers. Friday through Sunday, sunshine returns with a healthy warming trend. A high of 70 is a possibility for the first time in 2021 in Reno. -Jeff
Roads might be icy in spots this morning with recent snowfall and freezing temperatures. Expect partly cloudy skies today with gusty afternoon winds. The next storm will arrive Thursday afternoon with gusty winds and light showers. The weekend is on track to be pleasant with above average daytime highs.
A cold front will bring a burst of snow overnight, resulting in a slippery morning commute for some areas. Gusty wind and chilly temperatures are in the forecast Tuesday, as skies clear out. Wednesday will bring a brief break, before another front drops in on Thursday. While that system looks like it will track east, more snow showers and another cool-down are possible. Much warmer weather is coming for the weekend, with the first 70 of 2021 possible in Reno. -Jeff
A cold front will bring gusty winds and showers tonight through tomorrow morning with less than an inch of accumulation expected. Be prepared for a possible messy morning commute tomorrow. We’ll have a break between storms on Wednesday with another fast-moving system Thursday afternoon.
Light rain showers and gusty winds are on tap for our Friday afternoon. Daytime highs will remain slightly below average through the weekend with highs in the 50s in Reno. Two fast-moving storms next week will keep the weather pattern unsettled at times.
Gusty winds, valley rain and snow will be possible today and tomorrow. Snow levels should remain around 6000′ with 6-12 inches of snow in the Sierra. Light snow will linger into Saturday before clearing up on Sunday.
An area of high pressure will keep us dry today and tomorrow with temperatures warming up each afternoon. The next storm will arrive late Thursday and will bring gusty winds, valley rain and Sierra snow to our area through Friday.
A storm system is bringing gusty winds, and snow showers across northern Nevada today. Expect chain controls for all major mountain passes at times. We’ll clear up tomorrow and Wednesday before another storm hit late Thursday.
The weekend will be mostly quiet and warmer, with increasing clouds and wind by late Sunday. Another storm system will move quickly through the region Sunday night into Monday. This will bring a shot of Sierra snow and valley snow showers. Be prepared for winter driving conditions. The rest of next week looks warmer. Don't forget to roll the clocks ahead one hour Saturday night as Daylight Saving Time returns. Spring arrives next Saturday at 2:37 AM, PDT. -Jeff
Snow showers will diminish overnight. Expect mostly sunny skies Thursday through Sunday morning, with a warming trend. Another system will drop into the region Sunday night into Monday. This will bring more snow showers, possibly down to valley floors for the Monday morning commute. The rest of next week looks quiet, with warmer weather. -Jeff