SPARKS, Nev. (AP) – The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Reno area this weekend amid a deluge of rainfall and snow that caused at least one location to run out of sandbags.

The Truckee River is forecast to rise to its highest point in more than a decade. The Truckee flows from Lake Tahoe through Carson City and Reno.

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An industrial area in the city of Sparks that includes warehouses and manufacturing facilities is believed to be the most vulnerable spot.

Authorities have set up more than a dozen locations around the Reno area where people can pick up sandbags. Sparks spokesman Adam Mayberry said one of the spots ran out Thursday but had it refilled by Friday.

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