Weather advisory canceled early
A winter weather advisory was canceled three hours before it was set to expire on Monday morning after a storm failed to arrive in Western Nevada.
Heavenly Ski Resort reported just 2 inches of snow over the previous 24 hours. The resort received a foot of snow overnight on Saturday.
No road controls were in effect in the valleys on Monday morning, and the Nevada Highway Patrol reported little activity.
A winter storm warning for the Sierra and Lake Tahoe was reduced at 10 a.m. to an advisory through 4 p.m.
Additional snow accumulations are 2-4 inches above 7,000 feet with up to 6 inches for portions of Mono County.
A dusting of snow fell in Genoa early Sunday morning after .8 inches of rain fell overnight on Saturday.
Winds topped out at 40 mph, according to the gauge at Minden-Tahoe Airport.
Heavenly Ski Resort reported a foot of new snow. Kirkwood reported 20 inches of snow overnight.