The latest updates on the Thanksgiving Week storm, here:
Today: A WINTER STORM WARNING and WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY are in effect for the region as snow will continue falling to low elevations. Most of the roads are melting snow, and will continue doing so through the day, but as we head into the evening, snow levels decend further, allowing snow and ice to accumulate above 1,500.' Temperatures will run cooler this afternoon by 5-10 degrees. Winds will run out of the northwest, 5-20 mph with gusts to 40.
Tonight: Tonight, snow levels make it down near 1,000' and another push of rain/snow showers move in. Amounts will be light, but showers continue into the early morning hours. No accumulations expected below 1,500;" snow and ice expected above. Temperatures will be getting cold for most of the region with temperatures between the teens and the 30's expected. The WINTER STORM WARNING and WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY continue overnight.
Tomorrow: The last bit of rain and snow works through the early hours of tomorrow. As the storm exits to the east, the Basin/High Desert gets the last remaining snow showers before the entire regions clears up after midday. Sunny skies return in the afternoon, but temperatures will be cold. Watch for snow and ice that will have acumulated above 1,500' through the night.