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By Mike Korotkin, Meteorologist Posted 4 months ago November 30, 2023

Very Limited Snow


A very weak system comes through today, Thursday. Very limited snowfall amounts are possible. The weekend into most of next week we should remain dry and mostly sunny. Temps will get mild and warm by early next week before cooling off later in the week. No real storms on the horizon...


I'm going to keep this post short and sweet. Mostly because I honestly just can't keep talking in detail about how weak and uninteresting this storm will be. 

Thursday Snow Showers

Not much has changed in the forecast. We're still expecting cooler weather with stronger winds today up to 40 MPH out of the West-Northwest. In terms of snowfall the forecast is so low it pains me to say this, but Main Lodge may only receive a dusting to an inch of snow. The summit has a better shot of getting that inch. 

Dry Weather 

Any chances of snow we thought we'd see this weekend are going by the wayside. Surprise surprise right? Temps will warm from the low 30's on Friday to the mid 40's by Sunday. They will continue to warm into the 50's by next Tuesday. So dry, mild, and non winter-like weather is in the forecast post today. 

Our next chance for any precip might be next Thursday, the 7th of December. But even that feels like a crap shot and I'm not trusting it. 

Keep praying for snow... we're gonna need it. 

Till the next one... Mike out. 


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Mike graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor’s in Atmospheric Science and received his Masters in Atmospheric Science at the University of Nevada Reno. He grew up in Southern California by the beach, but quickly realized he loved the mountains, so his first memories were of the SoCal mountains where he saw snow for the first time. He started skiing in his 20’s and is now an avid skier and backpacker at locations up and down the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

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