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Get out there and get your shopping done… MAJOR SNOW EVENTS FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS!!

        Here it comes!!

FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE:

The next storm arrives Sunday evening through Monday, bringing more 
  snow and some breezy winds. A significant storm will impact the  
  region Wednesday and Thursday, with the potential for heavy snow  
  accumulation in the Sierra and even into western Nevada. Heavy 
  mountain snow may continue into the weekend.  
   
  SHORT TERM... 
       
 After a chilly morning, another round of snow begins this evening 
 (Sunday) bringing light to moderate snow accumulation across much of the 
  region and potential headaches for Monday morning`s commute. 
  Expect delays and slick driving conditions from the Sierra across 
  western and central Nevada. Changes from the previous forecast 
  were to lingering snow south of Highway 50 where northerly 
  flow will have an upslope component along terrain; especially  
  in southern Mono County which could see snow and snow showers 
  continuing into Monday evening now.  
   
  Snow amounts remain unchanged for the region: 1 to 4 inches across 
  western Nevada, 3 to 6 inches for Sierra valleys and the Tahoe 
  Basin, and 6 to 12 inches for higher elevations in the Sierra. 
  While winds will generally be much lighter than with average 
  storms for the region, cold air advection along and behind the 
  cold front will promote wind gusts around 30 mph. This could blow 
  around some snow causing lower visibility at times, especially  
  east of the Virginia Range mid and late Monday morning.
   
  LONG TERM.  Wednesday and into next weekend... 
   
  ...Major Winter Storm Expected Late Tuesday-Friday Morning... 
   
  After a sluggish start to our snow totals, winter  seems
  to want to happen all at once as a very active pattern is  
  expected to take hold into the start of February. The big storm in  
  all of this is targeting its peak strength in the late Tuesday into  
  late Thursday timeframe, with a solid 36-48 hour period of heavy snow  
  across the Sierra. Multiple feet of snow are expected in this  
  duration as an atmospheric river moisture source pushes into the  
  Sierra. While 3-4 feet of snow is what looking most favorable during  
  this stretch along the Sierra crest (1-3` lower Sierra basins),  
  there is potential on the high end to reach 5-6 feet along the crest.  
   Currently odds favor just south of the Tahoe Basin into Alpine and Mono counties. 
    
  A period of gusty southerly winds look to accompany this storm  
  mainly Tuesday night into Wednesday morning which will likely cause  
  whiteout conditions in areas of blowing snow. This will make travel  
  through the Sierra near impossible. If you need to travel across the  
  Sierra next week, Tuesday morning might be your only decent  
  opportunity to do so. After this storm tapers down on Friday,  
  additional reinforcing waves of moderate to heavy snowfall  
  are possible Saturday into the start of February.  
   
  Areas across western Nevada will also see potential for moderate to  
  heavy snowfall with this storm with intermittent periods of a  
  rain/snow mix during the afternoon hours on Wednesday and Thursday.  
  Foothill areas above 5000` should do well in terms of snowfall with  
  potential for 6-12". Lower valleys along US-395 could see around 6  
  inches broken up into periods of a couple inches at a time Wednesday  
  morning and then with a change over back to snow Wednesday night  
  into Thursday morning. As the main atmospheric river begins to pivot  
  back northward, western Nevada will become more shadowed out through  
  the day on Thursday. The main axis of the low shifts inland and will  
  begin to taper down snowfall through the day on Friday, but as  
  mentioned before, additional reinforcing waves look to to continue  
  through the weekend and into early the following week.

Bundle up...it'll be cold outside - possibly for the next two weeks.  

SNOW PACK, SNOW PACK, SNOW PACK!!!!  No drought around here!!

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