"Mmm and just when I thought it couldn't get no better then it did." John Hartford Thursday was real good, like the 10th time this season I and everyone else is muttering, "best day of the season". March madness continues...
Short Term Forecast
St. Patrick's Day Friday looking at partly cloudy skies, mountain high temps in the 30s along with light afternoon snow showers of little significance.
For the final weekend of winter...
Saturday sunny skies and mild temps.
Sunday a weak disturbance kicks off light snow showers of little impact.
March sun will be getting after the snow with cold overnight temps, expect hard pack in the mornings softening up nicely during the mild afternoons.
Strong southwesterly winds and light snow will usher in the first day of Spring on Monday as we feel the early impacts of yet another wet, Pacific storm digging down the west coast. Models consistently advertising a similar setup to our most recent storm with wet snow and high snow levels through the day Tuesday with some colder, drier fluff on the backend of the storm Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Winds will a concern with this system, howling Monday - Wednesday, not backing off until Thursday.
A fairly active pattern goes into the end of month...may the luck of the Irish be with you, enjoy.