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Here are the most up-to-date Water Year liquid equivalent precipitation totals (rain and melted snow) and Season Snowfall through March 17, 2019 for Elko (8.81 inches and 51.8 inches), Ely (6.65 inches and 61.0 inches), and Winnemucca (6.67 inches and 38.8 inches) respectively.

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Here are some historical climate precipitation statistics for March. We are about half way into the month and we are already close to or over the average precipitation for most climate sites in our area. Area forecasts show little precipitation until next week.

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The active weather returns after a brief break! It is spring, so you know what that means: A mixed bag of weather! Expect mountain snow and valley rain on Wednesday & Thursday, though rain could mix with snow or be all snow in higher valleys such as Spring creek in the late night and early morning hours. While northern Nevada may see showers, the greatest amount of precipitation is expected to be in central Nevada. There is even a chance of thunderstorms both Wednesday & Thursday afternoon! Remember: When thunder roars, go indoors!

 

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