Beautiful weather conditions continue during the day with cold and some snowmaking at night. The quiet weather is expected to continue another week or two, but take a look at the latest CFS weeky precipitation anomalies for the next 4 weeks.
The mountain picked up a fresh 2 inches of snow from a cold front moving through on Thursday. We have much colder air in place behind the front with highs only in the 30's expected for Friday.
A few little changes this morning for the storm tomorrow. Some of the forecast models have slightly increased precip amounts on the South side of the lake, and others on the North side of the lake for Thursday.
High pressure remains anchored off the coast keeping the storm track to our North through Wednesday. The high will shift West slightly by midweek allowing a cold front to drop down the West Coast bringing a shot of cold and some light snow.
Some of the mildest weather of the week will be over the next few days as highs approach 50 degrees. Overnight lows stay cold.
After 2 feet of snow and some of the coldest air in years last week we are now experiencing more seasonal temps and drier conditions.
It's a balmy -9 this morning. We picked up another 5 inches in the past 24 hours bringing the storm total to 20 inches, and the 6 day total to 2 feet.
We picked up 15 inches of snow overnight and it's still coming down! With the cold unstable air and moisture in the air we should see snow showers most of the day.
December 26, 2012 is the last storm we had that dropped 1-2 feet on the mountain. Almost a year ago! Not too many changes this morning other than to slow the storm down with an onset later this evening.
Not too many changes to the forecast over the past 24 hours. Still not total agreement amoung the forecast models on total precip amounts for this storm.