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national weather service elko nv
324 am pdt thu oct 30 2014
humboldt county-northern elko county-southeastern elko county-
ruby mountains and east humboldt range-white pine county-
northern lander county and northern eureka county-
southern lander county and southern eureka county-
southwest elko county-south central elko county-
northwestern nye county-northeastern nye county-
including the cities of...winnemucca...owyhee...west wendover...
lee...ruby lake...ely...mcgill...battle mountain...austin...
diamond valley...eureka...eureka pass...
gillman springs...grass valley
324 am pdt thu oct 30 2014
...significant change in the weather expected saturday...
on the heels of a string of above-normal temperatures...a strong
trough of low pressure will move into the state this
weekend to bring strong winds to central nevada and snowy
conditions to much of northern and central nevada. the timing and
track of this storm continues to change however winds will be
increasing today and become very gusty friday afternoon.
precipitation will start out as rain in the valleys friday
evening then transition to snow showers early saturday. due to the
timing of the storm...elevations above 5500 feet will be
susceptible to several inches of snow accumulation with little
accumulation below that level. highway overpasses will possibly become
slushy at times on saturday and temperatures will hover in the 30s
across much of the great basin.
motorists should remain alert to rapidly changing weather
...and take necessary precautions if travel is necessary saturday.
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