Sky looks alot better today too. Weather still 80% favorable for launch. Live stream will be here
starting at 5:24 PM PST - 20 mins before launch.
This is launching due south of you and probably heading S or slightly SW. At ~400km range you're going to need a decent low horizon to see it. I'd estimate it'll reach about 15 deg max elevation (1.5 fists at arms' length). About half as high as Ken gets
for Wallops launches from D.C. Thats jusy a guess though. Sunlight will be to your advantage for this one.
Some pics of a Spacex launch with similar lighting as seen from Carson City
. Looks higher than 15 deg to me. Different rocket with different fuel (LH2 vs Kerosene, and no cold N2 poofs), so not sure what the plume will look like. You should be able to see the two side cores separate.