We had lingering snow showers Sunday morning that cleared out by the afternoon. The mountain picked up a final 2-4 inches of snow bringing the final 2-day storm total to 26-27 inches on the upper mountain, and 11-17 inches at the base. The season total is now at 110" for the upper mountain!
Monday - Thursday:
Monday through Thursday we are expecting partly sunny to sunny skies and lighter winds, with highs in the 40s. A weak system moves through Tuesday night and could bring a dusting up to an inch of snow to the mountain and then the sun returns Wednesday into Thursday.
Friday - Saturday Storm:
Thursday night into Saturday the next storm will bring more rain and snow. We could see mainly light rain into Friday with snow levels above 8,000 ft. and then falling snow levels into Saturday with snow to the base.
We could see a few inches of wet on the upper mountain through Friday, and then several inches of snow on the entire mountain Saturday. We will continue to fine-tune the forecast all week as we get closer.
Going into the 3rd week of December, we could transition into a colder pattern with additional storms possible by the 18th-19th.
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