Maybe, maybe this might sink further south? It's kind of like - the more we check the forecasts; (we think) the better chance of it hitting.
Right now everything is above freezing, with a few exceptions@ time of post - http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mesowest/mwmap.php?map=hnx
Moisture ahead of the cut off low will continue to push into
western Nevada tonight with the trough producing enhanced lift for
showers Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night. Instability
decreases over the Sierra Wednesday with the main focus for
thunderstorms along and east of Highway 95. Uncertainty
in the snow level forecast with the trough as most of the cold air
remains in the Pacific northwest. Snow levels may drop down to 7500
feet Wednesday night, then fall to 5500-6500 feet north of I-80
Thursday evening as colder air reaches northern California. This
brings the potential for a few inches of snow in the Sierra above
7500-8000 feet. Accumulations on roads is very unlikely due to the
warm ground and most of the precipitation occurring before snow
levels fall below 7500 feet Thursday. Best chance for snow on
roads is near The Summit of The Mount rose Highway.
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