Snowfall (Past 24hrs)
November 20th, 2018 33F @ 5am West winds 2-8mph Base Total 0″ Season Total 2018/19 – ”
Hey Good People!
Things are looking better for snowfall starting later tonight. As the Pacific trough digs into Baja we’ll see a change later today as ridging presses East and the low arrives. Snowfall looks to start in the early a.m. hours of Wednesday with total amount through Friday in the 6-12″ range at 7500′. Snowfall could go as low as 6000′ initially then rise up to the 7-7500′ level by late Wednesday evening/Early Thursday. A pool of warm air in the upper atmosphere could bring a chance of possible rain Friday but that’s not absolute as of this post. By Saturday things settle down for a few days and there is something lurking out in the forecast for mid week but I’ll wait a few more days to address that.
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As always we’re about “Pure Mtn Fun” .