I-80 California Daily Snow

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Weak Storms Friday & Sunday...


A drier pattern Monday - Thursday. A weak system moves through Friday with a slightly wetter storm possible for Sunday.


Monday - Thursday:

We will see a drier pattern Monday through Thursday with no weather-related travel impacts expected at this time.

Weekend Storms:

A weak system moves through Friday and could bring a few inches of snow to the northern Sierra. Snow levels look to be around 5000 ft. We could see chain controls during the day from around Kingvale to Truckee. Then clearing out Friday night. We'll continue to watch the trends all week.

Saturday looks dry. Then Sunday into Sunday night a slightly wetter system could bring several inches of new snow to the northern Sierra. We could see chain controls and slow travel Sunday into Sunday night. More details as we get closer.


We could see a drier pattern again next week from the 6th-9th. Then we could possibly see a slightly more active pattern starting around the 10th-11th. We'll continue to watch the trends.


P.S. NWS Graphs and Caltrans live cams are below (we don't control them)...Snow Level Forecast

I-80 Road Cams:

Dutch Flat, Exit 145 - 3,323'

Blue Canyon, Exit 154 - 5,022'

Kingvale, Exit 171 - 6,095'

Castle Peak, Exit 176 - 7,165'

Donner Summit - 7,221'

Donner Lake, Exit 180 - 6,394'

Truckee, Exit 184 - 5,905'

Truckee, Exit 188 - 5,928'

Truckee Scales, Exit 191 - 5,826'

Floriston, Exit 199 - 5,291'

If you are traveling through the Sierra please use the links below for travel advisories as we do not give our opinions on the "safest" or "best" travel times for liability reasons. The storm timing, road conditions, & chain control areas are not guaranteed and are subject to change.

NWS Reno: https://www.weather.gov/rev/
NWS Sacramento: https://www.weather.gov/sto/
CA road conditions: http://www.dot.ca.gov/cgi-b... (and 1-800-427-7623)
NV road conditions: https://nvroads.com/
OSS weather share: http://oss.weathershare.org/#