RENO, Nev. — The Latest on the early winter storm in the Sierra Nevada (all times local):

10:50 a.m.

Heavy snow in the mountains and rain in the valleys triggered power outages and school delays at Lake Tahoe and snarled traffic during the morning commute in Reno.

The Nevada Highway Patrol responded to more than dozen accidents on slick roads in the Reno-Sparks area early Thursday.

The start of school in Incline Village was delayed two hours due to road conditions and a power outage.

Most of the power has been restored but NV Energy reports more than 250 customers continue to be affected by outages between Reno and Lake Tahoe.

More than 2 feet of snow was recorded overnight at the Mount Rose Ski Resort and several inches of rain in the valleys north and west of Reno. More rain and snow is expected into Friday.

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10:30 a.m.

An early winter storm has dumped more than 2 feet of snow on the mountains around Lake Tahoe and several inches of rain in the valleys on both sides of the Sierra.

The National Weather Service reports 26 inches of snow has fallen on the top of the Mount Rose ski resort southwest of Reno since Wednesday afternoon.

About a foot of snow was reported early Thursday near Incline Village at Lake Tahoe, while nearly 5.5 inches of rain was recorded on the California side of the lake at Tahoe City.

Other rain totals include nearly 3.5 inches at Verdi just west of Reno, 1.7 inches in Cold Springs north of Reno, 1.3 inches in Carson City, an inch in Gardnerville and about a half inch at Reno-Tahoe International Airport.