The Lake Tahoe area is bracing for another big early, winter storm with as much as another 3 feet of snow possible in the upper elevations by early Sunday.
The National Weather Service says freezing fog is possible in the Reno area Friday morning with patches of black ice likely to cause delays for commuters.
The weather service has upgraded a winter storm watch to a storm warning for the Tahoe area beginning at 4 p.m. Friday effective noon Sunday for the central Sierra along the California-Nevada line as far south of Mammoth Lakes above elevations of 5,500 feet.
Anywhere from an inch to a foot of snow is forecast on the shores of Tahoe, with winds gusting up to 40 mph and gusts as strong as 90 mph over the ridge tops.
More than 3 feet of snow fell at Tahoe-area ski resorts during a seven-day stretch a week ago.