Here’s your snow forecast for the next few days.
We’ll see heavy snow today, through 10pm, with the snow level at 5000’, falling to 1500’ by 10pm. After 10pm, we’ll see moderate snowfall. Total water equivalent will be 1.5”-2” between 4am Tuesday and 4am Wednesday for a total of 8-10” at lower elevations and 18-24” at higher elevations. Winds at 15-25mph this morning will decrease to WSW at 10-20 by evening.
Wednesday starts with moderate snowfall all day becoming light after 7pm. Snow levels will be at 1-2000’, with total water equivalent of .75”-1” for total accumulation of 10-14”. Winds tomorrow will be W 25-35 decreasing to NW 15-20 by 4pm.
We’ll see a combo of light snow flurries and partly cloudy to cloudy skies Thursday, with any snow ending around 7pm. Snow levels will be at 1000’. Total water equivalent of less than .2” gives us 1-2” of new snow. Winds will be out of the NW at 5-15mph, decreasing to light N wind by midday.
Friday looks cold and clear with freezing levels at the surface.
Have a great day today!