Now is that window to get prepared for the next small series of winter storms set to hit the region. The Reno national weather service has issued a winter weather advisory from Friday at 5pm lasting through Saturday afternoon. The first weaker storm should arrive tonight with some snow showers in the higher elevations. By Friday you can expect to see Total snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches below 5000 feet, and up to 3 to 6 inches in those upper areas of our region. Travel this weekend will see delays as roads get slick as overnight temperatures drop back into the teens by Sunday. Be prepared for extra travel delays starting Saturday.
Follow Us on Facebook
Latest Local News
Reckless Driving Leads to Drug Bust: CHP and LCSO Arrest Two Oregon Men
Reckless driving leads CHP to discover a large loot... Read More.
Lassen County’s DA Announces Conviction of Sexual Predator
A jury convicted 38-year-old NGIRMANG YAOCH of Susanville of... Read More.
Lassen Family Services Helps Raise Funds for Lassen Resiliency
Lassen Family Services will bring a new addition to... Read More.
Indian Valley Riding and Roping ClubNow - Wed, May 3 at 5:00pm
Diamond Mountain Speedway Test and Tune Rescheduled.Now - Sat, Apr 8 at 4:00pm
Come Taste the BeefMon, Mar 27 at 11:30am
The Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce MixerThu, Mar 30 at 5:00pm
Nakoma, Restaurant Fifty44