The R-C Morning Report
January 12, 2011
About 60 people showed up for Tuesday night’s radon meeting in Minden. While no Sheridan ’08, it was a substantially better turnout than the Lake meeting on Monday which drew an even half-dozen. Free radon kits are available at the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension across Waterloo from Lampe Park.
The second Genoa-Foothill trail meeting is 6:30 p.m. today at Jacks Valley Elementary School. I wager this one will be more traditional with people looking at the maps and asking questions.
Chains or snow tires are being required on Highway 88 from Pickett’s Junction to Ham’s Station, on Highway 89 along the west shore of Tahoe and over the Mt. Rose Highway. Otherwise the roads are clear.
Today is supposed to be partly sunny with a high temperature of 40 degrees. We didn’t get much in the way of snow on Tuesday, which was true of most of the region. Heavenly reported a whopping inch of snow. Kirkwood is reporting 2-3 inches.