After a mild Friday, a storm will move in on Sunday and will bring in gusty winds and chance for some light snow. Much colder weather will arrive early next week with overnight lows in the single digits Monday night.
Temperatures will warm somewhat through Friday, followed by another big shot of cold air over the weekend. This storm will also bring a chance of snow and winter driving conditions. Be prepared for travel challenges Sunday into Monday. -Jeff
Mostly sunny and dry conditions are expected the next few days with temps warming up into the 50s by Friday. Changes will head our way this weekend with a storm arriving early Sunday morning with snow showers possible through Sunday night.
Sunny, dry weather is on tap through the rest of the week with daytime highs in the low 40s in Reno. Be prepared for some very cold overnight lows dropping into the low 20s each night. The next storm could arrive late in the weekend with a chance for showers heading into next week.
Cold, quiet weather will continue through the week. Expect valley inversions, with some degradation of air quality at times. A few snow showers are possible this weekend, but no larger storms are expected. -Jeff
A high pressure ridge will keep us clear and dry through most of the weekend with some very cold temperatures each day and night. Overnight lows could fall into the teens each night through early next week. No major storms are expected in the next 7-10 days.
A few lingering showers will be possible this morning before clearing up this afternoon. Drier weather is on tap the rest of the week and weekend, but be prepared for some very cold temperatures with highs in the 30s and lows in the teens.
A fast-moving system will bring light snow overnight. Be prepared for snow on roads for the Thursday morning commute. Behind this storm, the weather will be dry, but very cold. Expect quiet conditions through the weekend and into next week. -Jeff
A fast-moving storm will bring the next round of snow tonight and early tomorrow morning. The rest of the week and weekend should be mostly sunny and dry, but cold with daytime highs in the 30s and overnight lows in the teens.
One more storm system will bring a chance of snow at all elevations Wednesday night into Thursday. The weather will dry out, but stay cold through the weekend into next week. Watch for slippery spots on roads, patchy pogonip, and very cold temperatures in the night and morning hours through next week. -Jeff
We’ll have a short break from stormy weather today before the next storm arrive late tomorrow night. It’ll be a fast-moving storm with light snowfall accumulations, but could produce some trouble for the Thursday AM commute. We’ll clear up for the end of the week and the weekend with daytime highs in the 30s each afternoon.
Snow will wind down overnight. Expect very cold mornings, with icy roads Tuesday and Wednesday. Another, fast-moving, system will drop through the area Wednesday night. This is a cold storm, with accumulating snow possible at all elevations for the Thursday morning commute. Quieter weather will arrive for the weekend. -Jeff
A winter storm will bring light snow to the valley floor and a couple of feet to the Sierra today and tonight. Showers will taper off tomorrow before another fast-moving storm will arrive late Wednesday,
The UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab tweeted Saturday morning that it received 21.3 inches of snow in 24 hours and that its snowpack of about 10 feet was expected to grow several more feet by Monday.
Stormy weather will move in for the weekend with rain, snow and gusty winds. Be prepared for possible chain controls at times over the mountain passes. Snowfall totals could exceed several feet above 7000′ through next Tuesday.
More storms are lining up for the weekend into next week. Expect more heavy Sierra snow, and valley rain and snow (and wind) at times. A longer stretch of quiet weather is not expected until at least late next week. -Jeff