Snow levels have come down to lake level this morning but the moisture has stopped ahead of the approaching cold front.
With a moist and mild flow from off the Southern CA coast we have see some light rain showers with snow levels up above 8000 ft. over the past 24 hours.
A much warmer morning with the South winds finally pushing out the colder air. It was 29 degrees this morning at the base and in the 40's up top. We will have increasing clouds today as the cold front approaches.
Nice weather continues to start this week with sun and highs into the 40's through Wednesday.
Beautiful weather this weekend. I took some turns on the mountain yesterday and it was amazing how cold it was in the parking lot and then how warm it was at 9,000 ft. with the inversions. The snow was nice and soft though and the sun was warm.
The temperatures so far this week have not been hitting the forecasted highs, with lows in the single digits, and highs in the 30's instead of 40's. We are still running 13 degrees below average for the month.
The really cold air is a thing of the past and we may not see temperatures like that again until next Winter. Highs have returned to their seasonal averages in the low 40's. That is softening up the snow in the afternoons and make for beautiful skiing weather.
It was -22 degrees this morning at 6 a.m. at the Truckee Airport. Not quite that cold but below zero here at the base of Squaw this morning as well. After 13 inches of snow Thursday through Saturday the conditions are soft and cold this morning.
Squaw Valley picked up another 5 inches on the mountain in the past 24 hours. That brings the 2 day storm total to a foot of snow.
We picked up 7 inches as of the 5 a.m. measurements and the snow is still falling.