After some snow showers from a weak system yesterday we picked up another inch of snow. That brings the total for the week to 33 inches up top.
The weather over the next week will be quiet as high pressure builds into the West Coast. Temperatures by this weekend will be back into the 40's on the mountain and 50's in the village.
Next week we will undergo a possible pattern change. Low pressure stalled off the coast will eject inland by next Wednesday. The track of the system as it moves inland is still uncertain but we could see more snow Wednesday into Thursday.
After that the trough responsible for helping to push the system inland may dig into the West Coast bringing more storms later next week. Still more than a week out so we will need to keep watching.