A cold May storm is moving in Tuesday night into Wednesday. We will see mountain snowfall develop -- scattered today and steady tonight into tomorrow. Models have decreased expected amounts. Not showing the >12" they were showing yesterday. Still, we could see 6-12" with perhaps a foot or more in a few select areas. A solid dump for this time of year.
Snow levels will be dropping down to bench levels on Wednesday and perhaps down to valley floors in heavier showers. Accumulations are unlikely below 5,500 feet.
Evan | OpenSnow
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