42.3 °F
Feels Like: 35.8 °F
Sunny. High near 45, with temperatures falling to around 38 in the afternoon. South wind around 10 mph.

Today's Details

Temperature & Humidity
Temp. Trend
-1.1 °F/hr
33 %
15.2 °F
Wind Chill
42.3 °F
High Temp
48.8 °F at 10:20
Low Temp
21.5 °F at 00:04
Cloud Base
6159 ft AGL
Curr. Speed
2.0 mph
Curr. Direction
52° NE
Avg. Speed
2.4 mph
Avg. Direction
90° E
High Gust
13.0 mph at 09:50
Wind Run
39.1 miles
Rain Today
0.00 in
Current Rate
0.00 in/hr
Last Hour
0.00 in
0.00 in
This Month
0.29 in
This Year
0.50 in
30.214 in
-0.006 in/hr
30.362 in at 00:00
30.212 in at 16:00
Conditions as of 16:06:18
Updated in - seconds
Forecast as of 14:47:29 February 21, 2020
Mt. Charleston Weather Webcam
Current Watches, Warnings, and Advisories for the Mt. Charleston Area
Winter Weather Advisory

Updated:Fri 21-Feb-20 02:35pm PST
Effective:Sat 22-Feb-20 08:00am PST
Expires:Sat 22-Feb-20 08:00pm PST

Areas affected: Sheep Range; Spring Mountains-Red Rock Canyon
Instructions: A winter weather advisory for snow means periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Expect snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving. The latest road conditions can be obtained by calling 5 1 1.

Message summary: ...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 8 am to 8 pm pst saturday above 6500 feet...
* what...snow expected above 6500 feet. Total snow accumulations of 6 to 8 inches between 7000 and 8500 feet. 8 to 12 inches above 8500 feet.
* where...spring mountains-red rock canyon and sheep range.
* when...from 8 am to 8 pm pst saturday.
* could be difficult due to snow covered roads in the spring mountains, including kyle and lee canyons.

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Source: NWS Watches, Warnings or Advisories for zone NVZ019 new window

24 Hour New Snow
Snow Base
Total Season Snowfall

The current Mt. Charleston snow conditions are provided by Lee Canyon Ski and Snowboard Resort.

SR 156 - Lee Canyon Rd.
SR 157 - Kyle Canyon Rd.
SR 158 - Deer Creek Rd.

Last Updated on February 21, 2020 at 3:44 pm.

Data Source: Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT)

NDOT provides the above traveler information as a public service. This information is published automatically and cannot be guaranteed as to accuracy or timeliness. This information depends on a number of items, including Internet availability, communications networks, and computer equipment which are beyond the control of the NDOT and difficult to predict.

Listing of roadway snow and ice conditions is not a guarantee that NDOT has plowed or sanded all of these locations for travelers. Plowing and sanding is generally done to different roads on a basic priority system but that the actual determination of the amount and timing of sanding and plowing of any particular section of highway is up to the judgment of local road maintenance officials based on their experience and local conditions at particular times.

Weather and road conditions change rapidly, and drivers are in the best position to perceive such conditions and adjust their driving accordingly. It is alwyas a good idea to drive prepared. This might include traveling with snow chains, and extra food, water and clothing. Those relying on the foregoing information do so at their own risk, and neither the State of Nevada, the NDOT nor any of their employees or agents shall, nor be liable for either the accuracy of this information nor any actions taken in reliance thereon.

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