Schurz, NV (89427)

7:40 PM PST on January 21, 2018 (GMT -0800)
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Active Advisory: Special Statement

Elev -9999 ft 0.00 °N, 0.00 °E | Updated 0 second ago

Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
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N
Wind Variable Wind from North
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Today
High -- | Low -- °F
--% Chance of Precip.
Yesterday
High -- | Low -- °F
Precip. -- in
Pressure 30.13 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Overcast 10000 ft
Dew Point Not available.
Humidity Not available.
Rainfall --
Snow Depth Not available.
7:09 AM 5:04 PM
Waxing Crescent, 23% visible
METAR KNFL 220256Z AUTO 17007KT 10SM OVC100 02/M34 A3024 RMK AO2 SLP201 T00221344 52003 $
Pressure 30.13 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Overcast 10000 ft
Dew Point Not available.
Humidity Not available.
Rainfall --
Snow Depth Not available.
7:09 AM 5:04 PM
Waxing Crescent, 23% visible
METAR KNFL 220256Z AUTO 17007KT 10SM OVC100 02/M34 A3024 RMK AO2 SLP201 T00221344 52003 $

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Special Statement
Issued: 1:56 PM PST Jan. 21, 2018 – National Weather Service

... Fast moving storms could bring snow through the week...

A weak winter storm will bring light accumulations to areas from
western Lassen County south through the Tahoe basin into Mono
County late tonight and early Monday. Accumulations of 2 to 4
inches are possible above 7000 feet with up to 2 inches possible
from 5500 feet to 7000 feet. Precipitation will be limited east of
the Sierra, but a flurries are not out of the question for the
Monday morning commute.

A wetter storm continues on track for Wednesday afternoon into
Thursday. This storm has a deeper moisture tap and will start
colder. Snowfall in the Sierra could reach 10 to 18 inches above
7000 feet with 6 to 10 inches possible from 5500 to 7000 feet.
This storm could even bring a couple of inches of snow to the
lower valleys of far western Nevada and northeast California,
including the Reno/Carson City area. Gusty winds will accompany
the storm as well.

This second storm should move east of the region by late Friday
morning. While not a big Sierra storm, this has the potential to
be one of the better snow producers so far this winter. This storm
is still taking shape and the details are likely to change. Check
back during the week as we get a better handle on the details and
potential travel impacts.


156 PM PST sun Jan 21 2018

... Fast moving storms could bring snow through the week...

A weak winter storm will bring light accumulations to areas from
western Lassen County south through the Tahoe basin into Mono
County late tonight and early Monday. Accumulations of 2 to 4
inches are possible above 7000 feet with up to 2 inches possible
from 5500 feet to 7000 feet. Precipitation will be limited east of
the Sierra, but a flurries are not out of the question for the
Monday morning commute.

A wetter storm continues on track for Wednesday afternoon into
Thursday. This storm has a deeper moisture tap and will start
colder. Snowfall in the Sierra could reach 10 to 18 inches above
7000 feet with 6 to 10 inches possible from 5500 to 7000 feet.
This storm could even bring a couple of inches of snow to the
lower valleys of far western Nevada and northeast California,
including the Reno/Carson City area. Gusty winds will accompany
the storm as well.

This second storm should move east of the region by late Friday
morning. While not a big Sierra storm, this has the potential to
be one of the better snow producers so far this winter. This storm
is still taking shape and the details are likely to change. Check
back during the week as we get a better handle on the details and
potential travel impacts.



Http://weather.Gov/Reno

1242 PM PST sun Jan 21 2018

... Fast moving storms could bring snow through the week...

A weak winter storm will bring light accumulations to areas from
western Lassen County south through the Tahoe basin into Mono
County late tonight and early Monday. Accumulations of 2 to 4
inches are possible above 7000 feet with up to 2 inches possible
from 5500 feet to 7000 feet. Precipitation will be limited east of
the Sierra, but a flurries are not out of the question for the
Monday morning commute.

A wetter storm continue on track for Wednesday afternoon into
Thursday. This storm has a deeper moisture tap and will start
colder. Snowfall in the Sierra could reach 10 to 18 inches above
7000 feet with 6 to 10 inches possible from 5500 to 7000 feet.
This storm could even bring a couple of inches of snow to the
lower valleys of far western Nevada and northeast California,
including the Reno/Carson City area. Gusty winds will accompany
the storm as well.

This second storm should move east of the region by late Friday
morning. While not a big Sierra storm, this has the potential to
be one of the better snow producers so far this winter. This storm
is still taking shape and the details are likely to change. Check
back during the week as we get a better handle on the details and
potential travel impacts.



Http://weather.Gov/Reno

1149 am PST sun Jan 21 2018

... Fast moving storms could bring snow through the week...

A weak winter storm will bring light accumulations to areas from
western Lassen County south through the Tahoe basin into Mono
County late tonight and early Monday. Accumulations of 2 to 4
inches are possible above 7000 feet with up to 2 inches possible
from 5500 feet to 7000 feet. Precipitation will be limited east of
the Sierra, but a flurries are not out of the question for the
Monday morning commute.

A wetter storm continue on track for Wednesday afternoon into
Thursday. This storm has a deeper moisture tap and will start
colder. Snowfall in the Sierra could reach 10 to 18 inches above
7000 feet with 6 to 10 inches possible from 5500 to 7000 feet.
This storm could even bring a couple of inches of snow to the
lower valleys of far western Nevada and northeast California,
including the Reno/Carson City area. Gusty will accompany the
storm as well.

This second storm should move east of the region by late Friday
morning. While not a big Sierra storm, this has the potential to
be one of the better snow producers so far this winter. This storm
is still taking shape and the details are likely to change. Check
back during the week as we get a better handle on the details and
potential travel impacts.


1149 am PST sun Jan 21 2018

... Fast moving storms could bring snow through the week...

A weak winter storm will bring light accumulations to areas from
western Lassen County south through the Tahoe basin into Mono
County late tonight and early Monday. Accumulations of 2 to 4
inches are possible above 7000 feet with up to 2 inches possible
from 5500 feet to 7000 feet. Precipitation will be limited east of
the Sierra, but a flurries are not out of the question for the
Monday morning commute.

A wetter storm continue on track for Wednesday afternoon into
Thursday. This storm has a deeper moisture tap and will start
colder. Snowfall in the Sierra could reach 10 to 18 inches above
7000 feet with 6 to 10 inches possible from 5500 to 7000 feet.
This storm could even bring a couple of inches of snow to the
lower valleys of far western Nevada and northeast California,
including the Reno/Carson City area. Gusty will accompany the
storm as well.

This second storm should move east of the region by late Friday
morning. While not a big Sierra storm, this has the potential to
be one of the better snow producers so far this winter. This storm
is still taking shape and the details are likely to change. Check
back during the week as we get a better handle on the details and
potential travel impacts.



Http://weather.Gov/Reno