Interesting snow totals being reported this morning. Take a looks at the resort totals page. Resorts along the crest are reporting 1-6 inches, while resorts East of the crest are reporting 4-8 inches. I’m guessing that the resorts on the crest are having a hard time measuring snow with wind gusts still over 100 mph on the ridges and snow coming down sideways. Winds down at the surface are gusty but not as strong, only gusting around 35 mph. Cold front moved through overnight and temps began to really drop starting around 11 p.m. Everyone is all snow as of this morning.

Heavier band of snow is moving in this morning. Snow should last into Wednesday with a cold moist flow keeping snow showers going. We should see an additional 2 feet above 7000 ft. with 12-18 inches at lake level by Wednesday night. Temps will be cold with highs only in the 20′s on the mountains through Thursday and low 30′s at lake level.

Still looks like it will dry out Thursday and Friday as the next storm slides South down the coast. Friday night we get brushed by a storm to our North and get only a few inches. Saturday and Sunday look dry with highs back into the 30′s on the mountains and 40′s at lake level.

Sunday night a storm moves in again. It is looking a little less impressive today but still looking to get over a foot of snow into Monday.

Things clear out and warm up next week but not for long as another storm takes aim for the weekend of the 10th. BA

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