An early winter snow storm snarled traffic on Kingsbury Grade in time for the Tuesday evening commute.
Douglas County deputies reported vehicles were spinning out on the grade, and there was even a semi and a school bus stuck. Traffic was at a standstill in places over the Grade.
The Nevada State Police reported three motorist assists between 4:52 p.m. and 5:27 p.m.
Traffic cameras at nvroads.com showed traffic moving slowly over Daggett Summit.
Chains are required for vehicles without four-wheel drive and snow tires. Chains or snow tires are required on Highway 50 from Stateline to Highway 28.
Snow on Kingsbury Grade is slowing traffic over Daggett Summit this afternoon as a winter storm arrives.
Snow is starting to fill in vehicle tracks over the top of the Grade as of 3:35 p.m. as temperatures drop.
Snow is also falling at lake level in Zephyr Cove but has yet to stick to Highway 50.
It took most of the day before a storm made it to Western Nevada.
High winds of 49 mph were recorded in Carson Valley.
Snow is limited to the upper elevations, with cameras around the 6,000 foot level showing rain.
Rain started falling in Gardnerville at around 3:45 p.m.
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