Sunny through Wednesday with increasing clouds for Thursday. Highs in the 40's on the upper mountains to 50's at lake level. Wind gusts to 25 mph.
Friday the winds increase with strong mountain top gusts and the rain moves in. We could see moderate to heavy rain by afternoon. Snow levels up around 10,000 feet. The rain becomes heavier Friday night with snow levels staying high. Highs in the 40's.
Saturday the snow levels crash through the morning down near base level by midday. We could see several inches of snow at the end of the storm on Saturday before the storm ends by evening. Early guestimates are 4-12 inches on the mountain and 1-3 inches at the base by Saturday evening. Highs in the 30's on the mountain and 40's at the base, dropping into the 20's at night.
It looks like a break Sunday into Monday with highs in the 40's and 50's.
Then a storm could brush us on Tuesday bringing a couple inches of snow to the upper elevations.
Another storm next Thursday could drop a bit further South and could bring some snow for all elevations.
This active storm track coul continue through the 3rd week of April.
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