A lot of you are probably enjoying the summer temps this weekend and are ready for Spring. Others wouldn’t mind another shot of snow before the resorts close. Either way it looks like whether we want it or not some more snow may be in store this week.

Low pressure in the Northeast Pacific is going to spin down off the coast over the next few days. Then the next trough digging into the Eastern Pacific is going to help push it inland on Wednesday. We should see some light precip Wednesday with snow levels around 7000 ft.

Then on Thursday the cold front associated with the next trough pushes in dropping snow levels and bringing more precip. Above 7000 ft. along the crest we could see a foot of snow Wednesday-Thursday. At lake level most of it shouldn’t stick with the warm ground, but maybe a couple of slushy inches at night.

Ridging should start to build back in for next weekend. A few resorts are re-opening next weekend and thse snow should help to refresh after all the slush this week. I will update a little more as we get closer. BA

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