Monday will be mostly cloudy and mostly dry, then a storm will deliver powder for Tuesday.
Sunday morning brought an additional inch on top of the fives inches from Saturday night. These moderate powder amounts don't make the headlines but they are fun.
Now on Monday morning, the sky is cloudy and it will stay that way through the day.
For the upcoming storm, the most snow will fall on Monday night and through about Tuesday at noon. During this time we will likely see 5-10 inches of accumulation.
The timing of the new snow means that Tuesday morning's first turns will be powdery and there could be more accumulation in the morning as well. Then during the second half of Tuesday, the snow will become showery as moisture wanes. The temperature on Tuesday will be in the single digits, so dress warmly.
Following Tuesday's storm, we'll see dry weather on Wednesday and Thursday, then the next storm should bring snow from Friday into Saturday (December 2-3). After that, yet another storm could bring snow from Sunday to the following Tuesday (December 4-6).
Thanks for reading!
Meteorologist at OpenSnow.com
Snow conditions as of Monday morning
New snow mid-mountain:
* 1” (24 hours Sunday 500am to Monday 500am)
* 0” (Overnight Sunday 400pm to Monday 500am)
* 6” Saturday Night (Nov 26-27)
* 10 of 23 lifts
* 23 of 166 trails
* Latest update
Snowpack compared to the 30-year average: