Another 10 inches fell in the past 24 hours from the snow showers that moved through yesterday afternoon and last night. That brings the storm totals to 7 feet on the upper mountain, and 6 feet at the base. The 9 day snowfall total is now at 105 inches!
Sunny today with highs in the 20's on the mountain and 30's at the base. The winds are light so it will be a beautiful day of skiing.
As high pressure builds in this week we will continue to warm into the 30's for all elevations Monday, and then 40's Tuesday into Wednesday with sunny skies.
A weakening storm tries to push in Thursday into Friday. Snow levels start high Wednesday night around 8000 feet and fall to 7000 feet Thursday, then to near lake level Thursday night. The amount of precip looks so light that we may only see a few inches of snow on the mountain at best through Friday.
High pressure may build back in next weekend into the beginning of the week of the 12th. Then by the 14th a large trough may settle over the West Coast into the 3rd week of March. That could bring back the cold and stormy weather.