Cold with lingering snow showers on Monday. Dry and much warmer on Tuesday and Wednesday. Snow showers return Thursday, followed by heavy snow on Thursday night and into Friday. Mostly dry next weekend ahead of additional chances for snow during the week of April 3.
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We picked up an inch for Monday's report, which is the zone of the 1-3 inch forecast. We'll continue to receive off-and-on snow showers through Monday afternoon with temps in the single digits ahead of clearing skies on Monday night.
Tuesday - Wednesday
Dry weather will then prevail for a short time on Tuesday and Wednesday. Temps will finally climb back up to near average for late March with highs in the upper 20s to low 30s.
Thursday - Friday
Ready for more snow? Following the break on Tuesday and Wednesday, we'll be tracking another decent-looking storm for Thursday and Friday.
Thursday will start out partly sunny with temps ranging from the mid-20s to the low 30s. We'll then see wind speeds and cloud coverage quickly increase on Thursday afternoon ahead of heavy snow on Thursday night and into Friday.
In total, look for 3-6 inches from Thursday night through Friday. Expect full-on storm skiing conditions on Friday, with temps in the single-digits to low teens, followed by leftovers on Saturday morning.
Saturday & Beyond
Mostly dry weather will begin to prevail through Friday night. We should then continue to receive mostly dry weather on Saturday, April 1 and into Sunday, April 2 but I can't completely rule out lingering snow showers. Expect temps in the 20s each day, with increasing wind speeds on Sunday.
Looking ahead to the first week of April, we'll be watching for yet another stormy week to develop. We'll likely see light snow showers on Monday and Tuesday ahead of a stronger storm sometime around Thursday, April 6. There are hints of drier pattern as we head into the middle of April but confidence is low...
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