Today is Monday April 30th and we are now heading into the month of May as the storm season winds down.
Today we have cold air in place and what may be the final storm of the season moving in this afternoon through Tuesday morning. Highs today are only in the 30's on the upper mountain and 40's at the base.
Snow showers should push in this afternoon and into Tuesday morning bringing 2-4 inches of snow to the mountain, maybe a bit more up top. We clear out Tuesday afternoon but it stays cool in the 40's for highs Tuesday.
Wednesday and beyond we transition back into a dry Spring pattern. Lots of sun with highs in the 50's on the upper mountain, and 60's at the base for the foreseeable future.
We will continue to monitor the forecast through closing day and will post a forecast if any more storms show up. If not thanks for tuning into the forecasts this season and we will see you again next season as soon as the snow begins to fly!
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