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(Thread) The official start of Spring - the Spring/Vernal Equinox - is today, at 5:58 PM EDT. This marks the time when the day-to-night line, called the terminator, is perfectly vertical from pole to pole. #SpringEquinox #FirstDayOfSpring
Spring officially arrives today!
1-3" inches of new snowfall fell overnight in the Tahoe Basin with Mono County receiving 3-6" inches. Mountain snow and valley rain showers will persist through Thursday as a storm moves slowly through the region. #NVWx #CAWx (Image courtesy of @NVSeismoLab)
Rain and snow showers are expected the next 36 hours with a few thunderstorms possible Wednesday afternoon. Simulated radar shows what it could look like at different times over this period. Rain/snow amounts will be light to moderate. #CAwx #NVwx #Sierrasnow
Unsettled weather, typical for spring, is on its way starting Tuesday. This pattern will continue into the weekend with a brief break Sunday & Monday. Active wx looks to return for next week. Happy Spring! #NVWx #CAWx
Monday is a great day to get out and enjoy the nice conditions before another storm arrives on Tuesday. Clouds will increase on Tuesday as the next weather system arrives in the Sierra and western Nevada. By midweek, the chance for valley rain and mountain snow increases.
I can't even imagine the #Blizzard conditions that must have occurred to allow #snow to plaster on trees like this! Pictures taken on Mar 16, 2019 at around 10000 ft elevation near Mt Rose on the #Tahoe Rim Trail. Gorgeous day for snowshoeing! @NWSReno @ReedTimmerAccu #CAwx #Nvwx
It sure has been an active winter in the Sierra! If you ever needed proof that you don't want to be at 10,000' during a winter storm, here it is 😬❄️
We’ll have great weather for your St. Paddy’s Day celebrations this weekend! High pressure will dominate the region into early next week. Expect light winds, mild daytime temperatures, and cool overnight lows through Tuesday. Have a happy weekend! #NVwx #CAwx
Just because the weather is quiet, doesn't mean we can't still get cool phenomena! If you looked towards Peavine just before sunset, you might have caught a sun dog (the rainbow-like feature on the right). Here it is as seen from our office. To learn more: https://bit.ly/2nn92cV
Rain, snow and falling temperatures could lead to icy streets tonight and Wednesday AM.
Enjoy the blue sky while it lasts this morning! A fast moving cold front will bring gusty northwest winds and a brief period of snow showers this afternoon/evening. Any snow that falls after sunset today could bring slick conditions. Drier/Warmer conditions return tomorrow. #NVWx
Snow showers continue today into this evening. Storm blasts thru Tues with a brief period of light snow and breezy winds. Dry weather on the way for Wednesday into early next week! Warming temperatures late this week & into the weekend may cause increased flows for area rivers.
All controls on I-80 have been dropped. Drive safely.
Here are the 24 hr snowfall totals. Snow showers will continue today with light accumulations. Another system will bring more snow to the area on Tuesday. Sick of the wintry weather? The rest of the week, after Tuesday, appears dry with gradually warming temperatures.
Snow showers are expected in the Sierra/W NV Sat & Sun. Confidence is lower than average on exact snow totals due to any bands setting up & hanging out for a while. Either way, expect accumulating snow overnight tonight-early Sun AM with slick road conditions #NVwx #CAwx
Here are some of the Sierra snowfall totals from the past 24 hours & season totals, so far. Snow showers will continue to persist through the afternoon hours over central NV & along the Sierra crest. Snow showers may persist into the weekend in the Sierra followed by a break Mon.
Valley and mountain snow showers will continue this morning with the greatest chances over central Nevada and right along the Sierra crest. Colder air has filtered in this morning with snow levels falling to all valley floors while showers are becoming less numerous.
Colder temperatures Friday will bring chances for snow showers at all elevations but the risk for impactful snowfall outside of the Sierra is low. Additional snow showers are expected over the weekend into the early part of next week.
Numerous area roadways currently requiring tire chains. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until noon on Thursday for Mono County & the Greater Lake Tahoe area. Be sure to check with road conditions before traveling: http://www.nvroads.com & http://www.dot.ca.gov
530 PM Update: Heavy rain, small hail with snow above 5000-5500 feet across western NV during the evening commute. Take it slow, turn on your headlights.