Some big changes in the weather models since Sunday. The ridge building in over the West is looking stronger. Highs last Friday in the 30′s with 3 feet of fresh snow will be replaced by highs in the 70′s this Friday.

The cut-off low coming down the coast the beginning of next week looks like it’s going stay offshore as the ridge holds strong over the West. By the middle of next week it may even come under the ridge in the Northeast Pacific forming a Rex Block. That would keep us warm and dry.

The GFS still tries to eject the low inland in a weakened state by the end of the week. For now it looks like Spring is taking hold for good. We may freeze on the mountains tonight but then it looks like inversions with temps above freezing at night the rest of the week. Not a good pattern for a corn snow cycle.

Update again on Thursday to see if there are any changes. Enjoy the Spring skiing…BA

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