Looks like that is it for winter and what a winter it was. Sugar Bowl reported 8 inches yesterday and they were the only resort giving a report. I’m waiting to see if Squaw reports because they were only 4 inches off of 800 inches for the season before this storm. That is saying a lot because they were measuring more conservative than any other resort all season. Still waiting for the final number from the Snow Lab to see if we made the top ten all-time winters which I think we may have.

I’ve been telling you that the teleconnections were pointing towards a West Coast ridge and it is finally buidling in. It won’t be right along the coast but close enough to keep the storm track to our North. We have the possibility of some thunderstorms today but then it looks sunny through the extended with highs slightly below average in the mid-upper 60′s at lake level. If you look down the sidebar you can see that all of the widgets show that things will be getting much drier around here.

Looking long-range it appears we may get some even warmer weather towards the end of next week. As long as the weather stays quiet my posting will die down. But check back for the update on the official season snowfall total and any changes in the long-range. Over the summer I will begin to take a closer look at next season…BA

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