We have a weather pattern change on the way for later in the week. Right now high-pressure is dominating the weather with sunny skies and highs into the 60's on the upper mountain, and 70's at the base.
We will cool down a few degrees Tuesday at the first system approaching the West Coast falls apart. We could see breezy winds and temperatures about 10 degrees cooler.
Clouds and winds increase by Wednesday afternoon as the next storm approaches.
Wednesday night through Thursday night we could see gusty winds with rain and high elevation snow. Snow levels start above 8,000 feet, but could fall to 7,000 feet by Thursday morning, and near the base by Thursday evening. That means we could see 3-9 inches of snow on the mountain above 7,000 feet.
We will update the forecast again as we get closer.