I really, truly had planned to work all day, but with 10” of new on the ground in the last 24 hours and 6” overnight and another 6” on the way, it’s hard to see going to work this morning.
We’ll see light snow flurries early, becoming moderate to heavy from 8am-2pm, becoming light to moderate after, with flurries overnight tonight. Total accumulation will be .25-.5” of water value, for 4-6” more snow. The snow level will be around 1000-1500’ today. Winds will be SW 20-30 early, going to W15-25 around 4pm.
Tomorrow morning looks pretty dry, with flurries starting around 1pm, becoming moderate snow after 10pm. The snow level tomorrow starts at 2000’, rising to 4500’ by 4pm. Total accumulation will be .5-.75” tomorrow, for 7-9” of new snow, mostly falling Friday night into Saturday morning. Winds will be SW 15-20 to start, going to SW 30-35 by 4pm, switching to W 30 overnight.
Saturday starts off with moderate to heavy snow fall through 4am, with flurries during the day and a chance of sunbreaks. Total accumulation will be .25”-.5”, for 4-6” of new snow, mostly falling before 4am and after 10pm. Winds will be W 20 to start, falling to W 10 by 1pm. The snow level starts at 3000’ and rises to 4000’ by 4pm before falling to 1500’ by Sunday morning.
Sunday sees heavy snow between 10pm Saturday night and 4am Sunday morning, and flurries for the rest of the day, for .25”-.5” of water value for 4-6” of new snow. Winds will be 5-10mph to start, going ot W 20 by 4pm and WNW 20 by 7pm.
Monday looks sunny, and more snow looks likely Tuesday and Wednesday.
Have an awesome day.
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