We picked up another 4 inches in the past 24 hours bringing the storm total to 10 inches up top!
The only change since yesterday morning is that the forecast models show the snow levels falling faster tonight. Looks like they fall to the base before Thursday morning.
The forecast models disagree slightly with timing of the main push of heavy precip and how long it lasts, but they are in decent agreement on total precip.
As a large area of low pressure swirls towards the Pacific NW coast the next few days we could see some clouds, but the low will draw up warm air ahead of it.
We will see dry conditions through Monday before a system will try to break down the ridge on Tuesday.
Sunny skies will continue for the next week. A system will push into the West Coast to our North next Tuesday Wednesday. The next system will push into the coast by the end of next week.
This week will start with mild temps with highs in the 50's. A weak system will drop down to our East later in the week which should bring in slightly cooler air. Highs by the end of the week may only be in the 40's.
The only thing to mention weather wise this week is a piece of energy that is going to push in along the OR/CA border Thu/Fri and then move Southeast. We could see slightly cooler temps along with some clouds from that.
The ridge of high pressure continues to be stuck along the West Coast through the next week keeping us dry. It begins to move towards Alaska week 2 allowing a chance for a system or two before the end of the month.
After the 3 inches we measured Sunday morning we are now up to 5 feet of snow for the season at High Camp. Thanks to a cold December and low sun angle much of the snow has held well on the North facing slopes. It also allowed us to make lots of snow on top of the natural snow.