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Sunday looks cool and pretty dry in the mountain, with occasional light snow flurries. The snow level early will hover around 2000’, picking up to 3000’ in the afternoon. Total snow accumulation will be less than 1”, with winds on Mt. Hood at 5-10mph.
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Models are disagreeing on Monday, with one predicting clear skies and high pressure and the other predicting a few mountain snow showers between 1pm and 7pm. Let’s call it 1” of new snow, with the snow level around 2000’ early, rising to 3000’ in the afternoon. Mt. Hood windspeeds will be W 5-10 early, picking up to W 10-20 overnight.
Tuesday looks dry on Mt. Hood, with the free air freezing level at 2500’, rising to 6000’ in the afternoon. The wind will be W 5-10 early, switching to S 5-10 late in the day.
Next chance for significant snow accumulation is Friday afternoon into Saturday morning. Chance of Meadows/Skibowl opening in the next two weeks? Less than 10%.
Have an awesome day today!
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