We received 2 inches for Monday morning's report, bringing our weekend total to 22 inches and 40 inches since last Wednesday. Our year-to-date total is now up to 350 inches on the upper mountain and 247 inches at the mid-mountain level. Not bad!
Lingering snow showers and much colder temperatures will be the story on Monday. Look for temps in the single-digits to low teens through Monday afternoon, followed by overnight lows well below 0F on Monday night.
Mostly dry and chilly conditions will then take over on Tuesday and remain in place through Thursday. Look for daytime highs in the single-digits to low teens and overnight lows hovering near 0F.
We'll receive a slight chance for snow on Friday and Saturday but everything points to lighter totals. We should then see the action ramp back up late next weekend and into early next week.
Thanks for reading and stay tuned!
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