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special weather statement
national weather service reno nv
343 am pdt thu oct 27 2016
surprise valley california-lassen-eastern plumas-
eastern sierra counties-greater lake tahoe area-mono county-
mineral and southern lyon counties-greater reno-carson city-
minden area-western nevada basin and range including pyramid lake-
northern washoe county-
including the cities of...cedarville...eagleville...
fort bidwell...portola...susanville...westwood...sierraville...
loyalton...south lake tahoe...tahoe city...truckee...
markleeville...bridgeport...coleville...lee vining...
mammoth lakes...hawthorne...yerington...smith valley...mina...
schurz...stateline...glenbrook...incline village...sparks...
verdi...gardnerville...virginia city...fernley...fallon...
lovelock...silver springs...nixon...imlay...empire...gerlach
343 am pdt thu oct 27 2016
...wet weather the end of the week and through the weekend...
two storms will affect the region the end of the week and through
the weekend - the first starting tonight into friday...and the
second saturday night into sunday. here is a summary of what to
*** storm one - tonight into friday ***
* heavy rainfall will likely cause travel delays...especially for
those crossing the sierra. the peak period for heaviest rainfall
looks to be early friday morning. rain will spillover into
western nevada as well...so be prepared for a slower commute
friday morning with ponding water on roadways possible.
* a major concern will be heavy rain causing debris flows or rock
slide on recent burn scars. anyone with interests near the
emerald fire...little valley fire... or marina fire burn scars
should be prepared. rises on rivers are also likely...but
flooding is not expected on mainstem rivers.
* snow levels will be generally 9500 to 10000 feet...with only the
highest passes such as tioga and sonora impacted. heavy wet snow
will rapidly accumulate on sierra peaks above 10000 feet.
*** storm two - saturday night into sunday ***
* heavy rain with higher elevation snow. snow levels are expected
to start 7000 to 8500 feet sunday morning...falling to 6500 to
7500 feet by late sunday afternoon. snow levels may lower an
additional 500 feet by sunday night. periods of snow are
possible on all sierra passes sunday and it is best to prepare
for travel delays and chain controls.
* rain will once again spillover into western nevada..but will
not be as heavy as with the first storm.
* winds: sierra ridges gusting 80 to 90 mph with valleys gusting
30 to 35 mph.
advice: if needing to travel...the best window will be from
roughly friday night through saturday afternoon with just
lingering rain showers.

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