We picked up a little more snowfall than expected again yesterday with the final snow showers moving through. We saw an additional 6-8 inches of snow bringing the Squaw/Alpine storm total to 105 inches!
Sunny and beautiful weather today into Monday. Highs in the 30's today with light winds and warming into the 40's on Monday.
The next storm moves in by Tuesday afternoon. Snow levels start high around 7000-7500 feet and sit there through Wednesday. We are only expecting light amounts of precipitation through Wednesday, with maybe 3-6 inches of heavy wet snow above 7000 feet.
Wednesday night into Thurday low pressure moves up the coast and then a cold front swings through. That will bring heavier snowfall with snow levels dropping below the base. We could see an additional 1-2 feet of snow by Friday morning and 6-12 inches at the base.
Another wave could rotate in behind the front for Friday and low pressure moving inland on Saturday could keep the snow going before tapering off by Sunday morning. We could see an additional 1-2 feet by Sunday.
So the storm starts warm into Wednesday with lighter precip, heavier snow into Thursday, then more snow possible Friday into Saturday. It's early to be calling the forecast a week out, but an early guess based on the latest forecast model runs shows we could see a total of 2-4 feet by next Sunday.
It looks like we will finally see some drier weather the week of the 26th as high pressure builds in over the West Coast.
Then the first week of April there are some signs we could possibly see more unsettled weather.
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