Storm One Today
Snow and wind today with gusts to 80 mph up high. We could see 3-5 inches at the base, and 4-7 inches on the mountain by the time the snow ends this afternoon. Highs will be in the 30's.
Storm Two Tomorrow
A break tonight and then more snow moves in Friday and Friday night before tapering off by Saturday morning. Winds look not as strong with gusts to 40 mph Friday dropping to 25 Saturday. We could see an additional 4-7 inches at the base, and 7-12 inches on the mountain by Saturday morning.
Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning looks like a break with highs in the 30's and maybe a little sun. Sunday afternoon the winds may start to pick up ahead of the next storm and some light snow showers may begin to move in later in the afternoon.
Sunday night a strong storm moves in and lasts into Monday night. Snow levels may rise as high as 8000 feet Monday before falling again to the base by Monday night as colder air moves in. Heavy precip will bring heavy rain and snow through the period. Strong winds with gusts over 100 mph.
By Tuesday morning we could have an additional 3-6 inches at the base, and 6-33 inches on the mountain.
Tuesday into Wednesday lighter snow showers are expected, and the winds should start to come down. The snow will continue to pile up over the 2 days with an additional 8-16 inches possible at theh base, and 12-23 inches on the mountain.
The storms should clear out next Thursday. Then a colder pattern may develop by Friday into the weekend of the 25th. There could be some light snow Friday with the cold front.