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Right on time, the rain switched to snow. Right on time is 3am. The snow level will keep dropping today, from 4000’ now to 1000’ by 4pm. Total water value will be 1.5” by 1pm for 12-18” of new snow and other .3” after that for another 3-5” of fluffy, dry snow. Wind will be 35-40 early, going to WNW 35-40 by 1pm and swinging more north as the day goes on.
Tomorrow looks partly cloudy early, becoming sunny, with clouds moving in late in the evening. No precip. The freezing level will be near sea level early, and then the temp will warm to near 30 up to 10000’ with a stable atmospheric profile. Wind will be WNW 20-25 early going to SW 20-25 late.
Sunday looks clear and dry, with the freezing level at 8000’ early, rising to 10000’ in the afternoon. Wind will be SW 20-25 early, going to SSW 20-25 around 4pm.
Monday looks clear or high overcast with the freezing level around 10000’ with SW wind at 20-25.
Have a great day today!
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