We have a dry pattern through the weekend. Next week a couple of storms could bring snow to the Sierra but the timing and track is still uncertain. The pattern could remain active into the 2nd week of March.
We should see dry weather through the weekend with no weather-related travel issues expected.
We are tracking two storms for next week that could bring some snow to the Sierra. The forecast models are struggling with the timing & track of the 1st system. We could see light snow Monday-Tuesday, or it could hold off until Wednesday-Thursday. It could also miss us altogether.
Be prepared for possible winter driving conditions over the passes, especially at night Monday night and Wednesday night. We will continue to track this system and bring you more details as they become clearer.
There is better agreement that we could see a stronger storm by the end of next week into the weekend of the 6th. Stay tuned as we get closer.
I-80 Road Cams:
If you are traveling through the Sierra please use the links below for travel advisories as we do not give our opinions for the "safest" or "best" travel times for liability reasons.
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/#
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