Getting the feeling from the readers today that a lot of people are getting depressed by the lack of snowfall here in January. Part of that is probably because of the high we were on from the extreme amounts we got to start the year. Don’t worry the MJO is hopefully coming to the rescue and today’s models are finally picking up on the storm track shifting starting next weekend. They are showing a large low setting up in the Gulf of Alaska and sending storms into the West Coast from about the 23rd on. All we can do right now is just relax and dream about what is to come as we wait for the pattern to develop over the next 10 days.

Meanwhile we may see some light snowfall amounts again above 7000 ft. & rain at lake level today and again Sunday as we get the Southern edge of storms hitting the Pacific NW. Then an arctic front that could trigger light snow the middle of next week. Stay Tuned…..BA

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