A drying trend through the 2nd week of May as we head later into spring. These posts will resume again in the fall when the snow begins to fly again during the 2023-24 ski/snow season.
This is the final post for the 2022-23 ski season. We will see a drying trend through the 2nd week of May as we head later into spring. These posts will resume again in the fall when the snow begins to fly again during the 2023-24 ski/snow season.
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That means you can use OpenSnow to track the freeze/thaw cycle for corn snow and peak-bagging this spring, avoid lightning and wildfire smoke this summer, escape to the desert next fall, and then find every powder day again next winter!
P.S.S. NWS Graphs and Caltrans live cams are below (we don't control them)...
I-80 Road Cams:
Blue Canyon, Exit 154 - 5,022'
Castle Peak, Exit 176 - 7,165'
Donner Lake, Exit 180 - 6,394'
Truckee Scales, Exit 191 - 5,826'
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/#