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special weather statement...corrected
national weather service elko nv
455 pm pst fri dec 9 2016

nvz030-101300-
humboldt county-
including the cities of winnemucca, mcdermitt, paradise valley, 
and golconda summit
455 pm pst fri dec 9 2016

...winter storm to impact northwestern nevada...

corrected typos

a potent winter storm will affect most of humboldt county bringing
a variety of weather from friday afternoon through sunday 
morning.

for elevations above 6000 feet in humboldt county, expect snow 
totals through sunday morning of between 7 and 12 inches. this 
will mostly affect back country areas, higher mountains, and other
areas where roads to not reach. campers, hunters, other 
recreation people need to be aware of the danger.

for elevations between about 5000 and 6000 feet and other higher
areas in northern humboldt county including the santa rosa range,
expect snow totals from a couple of inches to as much as 7 
inches. the heaviest snows will not affect paved roads. again, 
people doing recreation or back country work need to be aware of 
the changing weather. 

for elevations below about 5000 feet and in the western part of
the county, look for either a mix of rain and snow, or wet snow
with minor accumulations. however, much of this area is already
wet and many gravel or unimproved roads are going to become a
quagmire. it is going to be easy to get stuck. 

sunday morning's low temperatures will drop to the lower to mid
20s in the valleys causing residual roadway moisture to freeze, 
making travel even on paved highways a potential mess. 

visit www.weather.gov/elko for the latest weather information.

$$
wwus85 klkn 092131
spslkn
282 

special weather statement
national weather service elko nv
131 pm pst fri dec 9 2016

nvz030-111515-
humboldt county-
including the cities of winnemucca, mcdermitt, paradise valley, 
and golconda summit
131 pm pst fri dec 9 2016

...special weather statement...

a potent winter storm will affect most of humboldt county from
friday afternoon through sunday morning. this storm has a variety
of weather with it. 

for elevations above 6000 feet in western humboldt county, expect
snow totals through sunday morning of between 7 and 12 inches.
this mostly affect back county, higher mountains, and other areas
where roads to not reach. campers, hunters, other recreation
people need to be aware of the danger.

for elevations between about 5000 and 6000 feet and other higher
areas in the northern county, expect snow totals from a couple
inches to as much as 7 inches. the heaviest snows will not affect
paved roads. again, people doing recreation or back country work
need to be aware of the changing weather. 

for elevations below about 5000 feet and in the western part of
the county, look for either a mix of rain and snow, or wet snow
with minor accumulations. however, much of this area is already
wet and many gravel or unimproved roads are going to become a
quagmire. it it going to be easy to get stuck. 

sunday morning's low temperatures will drop to the lower to mid
20s in the valleys, and all that wetness is going to freeze,
making travel even on paved highways a potential mess. 

visit www.weather.gov/elko for the latest weather information.

$$
wwus86 ksto 092244
spssto
814 

special weather statement
national weather service sacramento ca
244 pm pst fri dec 9 2016

caz013>019-063-064-066>069-101400-
shasta lake area / northern shasta county-
burney basin / eastern shasta county-northern sacramento valley-
central sacramento valley-southern sacramento valley-
carquinez strait and delta-northern san joaquin valley-
mountains southwestern shasta county to northern lake county-
clear lake/southern lake county-
northeast foothills/sacramento valley-motherlode-
western plumas county/lassen park-
west slope northern sierra nevada-
including the cities of shasta dam, burney, redding, red bluff, 
chico, oroville, marysville/yuba city, sacramento, 
fairfield/suisun, stockton, modesto, alder springs, lakeport, 
paradise, grass valley, jackson, chester, quincy, and blue canyon
244 pm pst fri dec 9 2016

...periods of wet weather continue through next week...

.impacts...
  *local roadway flooding possible in areas of poor or clogged
   drainage
  *minor travel delays due to slick roads

.forecast confidence...
  *high

.timing and strength...
  *later today through saturday night
    *half an inch to an inch of rain for the valley. up to 4
     inches of rain over the mountains
    *snow levels will be initially over 8500 feet, then lower
     below pass levels saturday evening. for roads that are still
     open, pass levels will likely see only limited amounts of
     snow

  *additional weather systems possible toward the middle of next
   week 

$$

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