Last Measurable Snow?…
Everything is still on track for the storm on Sunday. The storm looks maybe a little colder so the temps may stay below freezing down to 7000 ft. That means you should have fresh snow at Alpine, Squaw, or Boreal on most of the mountain Sunday.
The snow may start a little earlier as well on Saturday night. That means we could see a couple of inches at lake level but once it’s daylight it will have a hard time sticking. Above 7000 ft. expecting 3-6 inches by Sunday night with 6-9 inches along the crest.
The models are back to the original idea now of the heaviest precip staying to our North for the Tues-Wed storm. We could still see some light precip and continued cooler temps with snow levels above 7000 ft.
After that the ridge continues to build in the Eastern Pacific bringing warmer drier weather into next weekend. The long-range teleconnetions still point toward ridging and warmth as we go into the last week of the month. BA
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