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I got so distracted by the foot of new snow yesterday that I forgot to post the forecast!
So much for our sunny skies on the mountain today. Turns out the weather system dropped further south than predicted, leaving us with clouds and a few snow showers. We’ll see the snow level rise to near 9000’ this afternoon with SW wind at 20-30 and less than .1” of precipitation.
Tomorrow looks cloudy to start with rain moving in around 1pm. The snow level will be at 9000’ early, dropping to 4500’ around 4pm and holding through 10pm. We’ll see about .7” of moisture for .4” rain and 2-3” of new snow. Winds will be SW 30-40 early, picking up to SW 40-50 by 10am and going to a problematic W 40-45 by 4pm and slowly fading late in the evening.
Monday looks sunny. The freezing level will be 1000’ early, rising to 6000’ in the afternoon. Winds will be NW 15-20 early, fading during the day.
Tuesday looks cloudy as a system moves in. At this point, it looks like it will stay north of us, limiting snowfall.
Have an awesome day today!
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