Cold, snow, gusty winds, and of course, bad driving conditions. That’s what we have to look forward to as we get ready for Thanksgiving.
An unusually cold winter storm for late November was forecast to move into the Sierra and Western Nevada today and linger through the rest of the week, the National Weather Service reports.
The storm will bring gusty winds and snow through Wednesday.
High elevations in the Sierra could see a foot or more of snow through late Wednesday, the weather service said, while 1-3 inches is predicted for Reno-Sparks.
And it will be cold into the weekend, possibly the coldest period since January 2013, with temperatures only reaching into the upper 20s to lower 30s.