East Coast blizzard leaves Nevadans jealous

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Updated: 1/03/2014 10:26 am

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Images of blizzard conditions along the East Coast have many in northern Nevada watching news reports in painful envy as the region begins 2014 heading into a third year of drought.

True, it is still early in the winter season and conditions can change quickly. But so far the weather has been less than encouraging.

Kelly Redmond of the Western Regional Climate Center said that so far northern Nevada has been "high and dry."

The snowpack in the Lake Tahoe Basin is around 33 percent of average. The Truckee River Basin is even less, at 23 percent.

Forecasters say strong high pressure in the West that has kept the region warm and dry will stick around at least into next week.

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