Wednesday Morning Storm Update
Update 7 PM:
Up to 18 inches being reported at lake level so far. Heaviest snow showers are mainly confined to the crest now but another wave will bring heavy snow to the basin again mid-morning Thursday. Snow should taper off by Thursday evening.
Looking at the forecast models for precip from 6 tonight through 6 Thursday night looks like another half inch to an inch possible. That’s another 6-12 inches at lake level, 7-15 inches above 7000 ft., 10-20 inches above 8000 ft., and up to 2 more feet above 8000 ft. along the crest.
Next system for next Tuesday looks like an inside slider with the front and precip diving down jus to our East. Could see a little light snow as well as a shot of colder air. Next bigger storm could be the end of next week as the forecast models try to retrograde the ridge way out to the North of Hawaii or further.
From This MOrning:
Resort Totals page is updated as ofwill keep going right through the day on Thursday. It’s time to go out and enjoy the snow and then come in and just sit and watch 6 a.m. reports. Anywhere from 5 inches Southeast of the lake to 23 inches Northwest of the lake being reported. Resorts to the NW of the lake are reporting 14-23 inches. That is where the most snow is expected with this storm where they could double those numbers by Thursday night. 7-12 inches being reported so far at lake level.
No changes on the storm. The snow will lighten a little this afternoon but it pile up. BA
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