Beginning of the End?
Resorts picked up 1-4 more inches yesterday afternoon/evening as the final round of snow showers rotated through off the desert. The only 2 resorts that did not pick up a few inches were Sugar Bowl and Boreal as the snow bands were South of them.
It will still be cool today with highs in the 30′s and then we warm a little tomorrow but still in the 30′s above 7000 ft. and we could hit 50 at lake level.
A brush by storm to our North for Monday and Wednesday will knock temps back a few degrees but Tuesday Thursday and Friday we will be into the 40′s on the mountains and 50′s at lake level.
The pattern over the Pacific is setting up too far West and now the trough is going to be out further in the Pacific. The storm train we have been monitoring for mid-month will be up into the Pacific NW and British Columbia and the ridge will try and build over CA.
We should have nice weather for a couple of weeks until the pattern changes or the trough kicks further East. It is the spring of La Nina year though and usually the storms don’t last past April. If we can’t get storms by the end of the month that may be it.
I don’t trust the long-range models right now so we’ll have to keep watching the next couple of weeks. BA
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