Cold front moving through tonight could produce as much as 1-3 inches of snow on the mountains, and a dusting at lake level. Temps tomorrow will stay in the 30′s for everyone. Thursday night another front moves through that could put down another dusting. Highs on Friday in the 30′s again with 40′s at lake level.
The weekend will be sunny with highs back into the 40′s as a trough digs off the West Coast. Monday should be a windy and cloudy day as the next storm approaches. On Tuesday a pretty powerful storm for this time of year should begin to move in. Latest models showing that this could be measured in feet, with around 2 feet above 7000 ft. and up to 3 feet on the Crest. Still early for looking at accumulations but the storm looks strong and cold.
Behind this storm there will be a train of storms hitting the Pacific NW and Northern CA for at least a week. Storm track will be North of us so the question is will these be a bunch of dustings for us or a week of accumulating snows. I think that at least a couple of the storms dip far enough South to bring us accumulating snows.
MJO continues to strengthen against the prediction of the models. This may continue the storminess into the middle of April. Stay tuned……..BA
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