We picked up 36 inches in the past 24 hours bringing the storm total to 41 inches over 48 hours, and 49 inches over the last 4 days! At the base we picked up 8 inches with this storm, and 14 inches over the last 4 days.
Light rain showers at the base today with snow levels around 7500 ft. Above that we could see a few additional inches of snow on the mountain. Tonight snow levels drop back below lake levels with some scattered snow showers around.
For Wednesday it will be colder with some scattered snow showers around. Winds stay gusty on the mountains with highs in the 30's and lows in the 20's.
Christmas Eve a cold storm moves through that could bring 6-9 more inches at the base, and 9-15 inches of new snow on the mountain. The snow tapers off Thursday night with scattered snow showers into Friday.
The sun should come out for Saturday. Temperatures stay cold with highs only in the 20's at lake level, and maybe only the teens on the mountains.
Temps warm a little for Sunday before a weak cold storm could brush by to the North Monday with light snow showers. After that we may have a break in the storms for at least a week