Updated Storm Report
We picked up 9 more inches of snow up top in the past 24 hours bringing the storm totals to 88 inches (7.3 feet) since Saturday! January totals are now at 172 inches. As a comparison the record month of March 2011 we had 241 inches. So not a record yet but today is only the 12th! At the base the total for the week is up to 59 inches (4.9 feet). The base is now 83 inches deep at the bottom of the mountain and 144 inches up top!
More Snow Thursday
Cloudy and cold today with light snow. We could see 5-8 inches of additional accumulation before the snow tapers off this evening.
A Break for the Weekend
Partly sunny and cold Friday with highs in the 20's. Then sunny and milder over the weekend with highs in the 30's, to near 40 at the base through Monday.
The Storms Return
Tuesday we could see some light rain and snow showers move in ahead of the next storm. Snow levels may start off around 8000 feet Tuesday.
Then a strong storm moves in Wednesday with another atmospheric river taking aim at CA. Snow levels possibly rising to 9000 feet Wednesday with heavy rain before falling Wednesday night into Thursday below the base. We could see a few feet of snow on the mountain from this storm once snow levels drop.
The forecast models are split on whether another storm moves in for the weekend of the 21st. Overall the pattern is setup for storms to continue in the long-range.