I expect another 1-2 feet by the end of Wednesday for the Sierra and very nearly that in the Carson Range as two decent storms are poised to hit the Tahoe area. Here is a look for late tomorrow:
One storm hits tonight and another tomorrow night. Tomorrow's storm has even more potential than tonight's which should dump over a foot of snow in the higher elevations. Some areas are going to pick up nearly 3 inches of liquid precip, which is almost unheard of this time of year. Here is the precip totals through Wednesday:
Snow levels will be right around lake level and these systems will have no significant impact on the leeward valleys of Reno and Carson City.
If you are thinking of hiking, take a look at this picture taken about 3:00 yesterday afternoon at the top of slide mountain:
Conditions were excellent ... Stay Tuned!