A system that moved through the Pacific NW overnight helped to break down the West Coast ridge. The winds up high are still a little gusty.
The ridge over CA is going to break down and a ridge will form out in the Pacific around 140-150w.
The ridge is sitting along the West Coast and we will see lots of sun and mild temps through the weekend.
We picked up 4 inches of snow on the mountain yesterday morning as the cold front moved through. We have clear skies today but it is windy up on the mountain.
Skies are cloudy this morning and on radar you can see the precip falling across Northern CA.
Another 1-2 inches of snow fell overnight on the mountain bringing the 48 hour total to 4 inches up top, and the 9 day total to 49 inches.
Another 8 inches of snow fell Monday night bringing the 6 day totals to 45 inches at High Camp.
Snow levels yesterday sat around 7000 ft most of the day with off and on snow showers above that. That brought us another 4 inches of snow at High Camp.
It snowed off and on for most of the day yesterday into last night. We picked up another 8 inches on the upper half of the mountain bringing the storm total to 30 inches so far.
The snow continued to fall on the mountain most of the day yesterday and we added another foot up top bringing the storm total to 22 inches as of this morning.