After receiving more than a month’s worth of precipitation in less than 24 hours, things will begin to calm down and clear up as we head into the weekend. After some scattered showers into early Friday morning, our skies will break up in the Reno area with a few snow showers left up in the mountains through Friday morning. A chilly high in the 40s on Friday for Reno will warm to the 50s on Saturday with sunny skies coming back.
An Atmospheric River will bring significant rain and high mountain snow to the region through Thursday. An Areal Flood Watch is in effect through Thursday, and will mostly affect the smaller creeks and drainages. Snow levels will be quite high, only lowering to about the 7,500’ elevation Thursday. By Early Friday morning, that snow level will probably fall to the Lake Tahoe elevation (around 6,200’), but by that time the heaviest precipitation will have passed on to the south.
An atmospheric river will bring significant rain and high mountain snow to the region through Thursday. An Areal Flood Watch is in effect through Thursday, and will mostly affect the smaller creeks and drainages. Snow levels will be quite high, only lowering to about the 7,500 foot elevation Thursday. By early Friday morning, that snow level will probably fall to the Lake Tahoe elevation (around 6,200 feet), but by that time the heaviest precipitation will have passed on to the south.
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