Summer’s over: Freeze, snow in forecast |

Summer’s over: Freeze, snow in forecast

The Associated Press

More than two weeks into fall, it’s finally going to start feeling like it.

A cold front that brought light rain to western Nevada early Monday moved east and was ushering in cooler temperatures along with a slight chance of mountain snow in northern Elko County and the Ruby Mountains.

By Wednesday, much of northern Nevada is expected to see the first hard freeze of the fall with temperatures falling into the upper 20s to the mid 30s west and in the mid teens to the mid 20s east.

Lows early Tuesday were expected to be in the mid 20s and 30s east while the rest of the northern half of the state generally was expected to escape a freeze.

The southern part of the state was to cool to the mid 50s and mid 60s early Tuesday and the 50s on Wednesday.

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