We have a storm moving in tonight. Only expecting light amounts of precip into the day on Monday with snow levels around 7000-7500 feet. High's Monday will be in the 40's. Winds could gust to 55 mph on the mountain tops.
Monday night into Tuesday a slightly wetter system moves in. Snow levels may drop to around 7000 feet. We could see several inches of snow on the mountain above that. Temperatures on Tuesday will once again be in the 40's. Winds could gust to 40 mph on Tuesday.
For Wednesday we have a break with some sun and lighter winds. Highs will climb into the 50's.
Then on Thursday a very weak but colder storm moves through. We could see some light snow showers with highs dropping back into the 40's.
Friday and into next weekend high pressure builds in. Temperatures could warm into the 60's next weekend.
We could see another colder trough push in the week of the 24th, but some forecast models keep us dry but cooler.
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