The R-C Morning Report
November 16, 2011
This morning we should learn why deputies want to talk to Jeanine Mona Escandon in connection with the suspicious death of a Topaz Ranch Estates man discovered on Tuesday. Douglas County authorities spent the night at the scene on the incident.
It’s no mystery that we have some wild weather coming on Thursday and Friday. The National Weather Service issued a special statement this morning that residents should expect 45-65 mph winds on Thursday along the Highway 395 corridor, prompting a high wind watch for Thursday night into Friday. Snow levels are expected to start at 7,000 feet on Friday morning and then hit the Valley floor by the middle of the day, with as much as a foot of accumulation in the mountains.
So enjoy today, which will be mostly sunny and warmish with a high temperature of 59 and a light breeze in the afternoon. The low today is in the upper 20s. That will warm up a bit on Thursday and Friday mornings before it drops back into the teens.