A series of storms have been moving inland just to our North this week and the final one will move through Tuesday night bringing us a dusting of snow. Looking at most of the forecast models it looks like we will pick up a dusting, but the European model suggest we could pick up as much as a few inches by Wednesday Morning
Starting Thursday the ridge starts to build up the West Coast for about a week of quiet weather. The temperature through the weekend look like they will be in the 40's with lows overnight in the 20's. There is a decent base from the big storms last week and snow making has been added to keep the snow fresh. The seasonal temps will help to keep the snow conditions in decent shape.
The next break through of storms looks like it could be around the end of next week or into the following week. The forecast is for the ridge to shift North possibly allowing the storms to underneath by mid-month. We are hoping that we could see another period of big snow. Stay tuned as we continue to monitor the weather and post on any changes in the pattern and snow on the way. BA