Weather Map & Summary

Pacific Central US Geo Color And IR Satellite

North Lake Tahoe 7 Day Weather Forecast

Reno 7 Day Weather Forecast

South Lake Tahoe 7 Day Weather Forecast

Carson City 7 Day Weather Forecast

Weather Map And Summary Description

The letter, L on the map represents low pressure and the letter H on the map represents high-pressure. The blue lines with triangles on them represent a cold front and the red lines with half circles on them represent a warm front. A stationary front will be a red and blue line with alternating blue triangles and red half circles. An occluded front will be indicated by a purple line with purple half circles and purple triangles. The polar jetstream is indicated by yellow arrows and the longer the arrows, the stronger, the jetstream. Green arrows represent the tropical jetstream, which is shown much less frequently as the polar jet is much more pronounced, especially in the winter months. A trough of low pressure is indicated by light blue dashed line. The satellite and weather map is prepared for the following downtown areas: Kings Beach, Tahoe City, Truckee, incline Village, South Lake Tahoe, Reno, Carson, City, Minden, Dayton, Fernley, Fallon, Silver, Springs, an Yerington. The date and time that the satellite picture was taken are indicated in green writing on the map. The summary portion of this page which is below, will be discussed in the context of a seven day forecast period.

Tahoe-Reno-Carson Weather Map And Summary
Prepared for the downtown areas of King Beach, Tahoe City, Truckee, Incline Village,
South Lake Tahoe, Reno, Carson City, Minden, Dayton, Fernley, Fallon, Silver Springs and Yerington

Short Range (Saturday through Tuesday): As a southward diving jet stream shifts eastward and warmer air moves into the area precipitation is expected to turn to all rain for all the above areas by Sunday. Mostly fair skies with significantly above average temperatures are expected Monday through Tuesday due to high pressure over the eastern Pacific.

Long Range (Wednesday through Friday): Partly cloudy skies are expected Tuesday night through Thursday before a storm system out of the gulf Alaska produces cloudy skies with a good chance of rain and snow Thursday night through Friday night.