- Light rain and snow moves in today by afternoon. The snow levels start high this morning and fall to the base by this evening. We could see an inch or two on the mountain.
- Then heavier snow moves in tonight and then tapers off by Thursday afternoon. We could see 15-19 inches at the base and 16-25 inches on the mountain by Thursday afternoon.
- Thursday afternoon and evening we may see a break before the next storm moves in after midnight.
- Then heavy snow Friday. Friday night the snow turns to showers and then tapers off by Saturday morning. We could see additional snowfall of 11-15 inches at the base, and 13-21 inches on the mountain.
- We could see another break Saturday afternoon and evening before another storm moves in after midnight.
- Then heavy snow Sunday and turning showery Sunday night. The snow showers may linger into Monday. By Monday afternoon we could have additional snowfall accumulations of 21-26 inches at the base, and 24-35 inches on the mountain.
- The winds will be strong gusting up to 100 mph on the peaks through the period, so expect wind closures on upper lifts.
A Prolonged Break
- Starting next Tuesday high pressure builds in bring a prolonged period of dry weather. Temperatures start cold and will gradually warm.
- The dry weather looks to last over a week before storms could return sometime during the first week of February.
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