Hazardous Weather Outlook
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Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Elko NV
235 PM PST Sat Feb 25 2017

NVZ030-031-033-034-036-038-039-262245-
Humboldt County-Northern Elko County-Southeastern Elko County-
Ruby Mountains/East Humboldt Range-
Northern Lander County and Northern Eureka County-
Southwestern Elko County-South Central Elko County-
235 PM PST Sat Feb 25 2017

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of Nevada...north
central Nevada...northeast Nevada and northwest Nevada.

.Day One and Two...Saturday night and Sunday.

A weakening storm system will exit northern Nevada Saturday night
and Sunday. Little to no accumulations are expected on valley
floors. Wind chills will be uncomfortable.

.Days Three through Seven...Monday through Friday.

Another storm system with much more moisture will enter the region
Monday and produce several inches of snow in the mountains by
Tuesday. Valley floors will receive anywhere from a trace to a few
inches. Travel issues are expected to be minimal with only summits
and passes really affected. A little patience will go a long way.

Wednesday through Friday expect a slow warming and drying trend.

Remember that flooding is ongoing along the lower Humboldt River
from about Battle Mountain downstream.


.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotters are asked to report weather phenomena according to
standard operating procedure.

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NVZ035-037-040-041-262245-
White Pine County-
Southern Lander County and Southern Eureka County-
Northwestern Nye County-Northeastern Nye County-
235 PM PST Sat Feb 25 2017

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of Nevada...north
central Nevada and south central Nevada.

.Day One and Two...Saturday night and Sunday.

Areas of light snow will affect mainly passes and summits through
Sunday...especially in White Pine County.  A few higher summits
may receive a couple inches of snow. Great Basin National Park
will receive the most with a few inches. Travel issues should be
minimal with a little patience and smart choices.

.Days Three through Seven...Monday through Friday.

A much more potent system will arrive Monday and last into Tuesday
producing up to a few inches of snow on some higher valley floor
and several inches in the mountains, especially above about 6800
feet. Travel issues over some summits and passes may occur. Best
to check highway conditions before leaving.

Snow lingers into early Wednesday in some areas but a slow warming
and drying trend will occur into Friday.


.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotters are asked to report weather phenomena according to
standard operating procedure.

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