The cold storm that moved in Sunday night dropped 6-8 inches of new snow on the mountain as of Monday morning.
Monday is cold with scattered snow showers possible through most of the day, ending by Monday evening. It will be cold with highs only in the 20s. Winds will drop off some through the day. We could see an additional 1-2 inches of snow on the mountain.
Tuesday – Wednesday:
High pressure builds in over CA briefly Tuesday into Wednesday. We should see mostly sunny skies and lighter winds. Highs warming into the 40s at the base and 30s up top.
Thursday – Friday Storm:
The next storm could push precipitation back into the region as early as Thursday morning or by late afternoon. Initially, we may start with lighter showers Thursday and gusty winds. Ridgetop gusts increasing to 50-60+ mph from the southwest. Snow levels may initially be above the base on Thursday around 6500-7000 ft.
We could see a period of some heavier precipitation Thursday night into Friday with falling snow levels below the base. Then lighter snow showers possible into Friday night before ending by Saturday morning. Ridgetop winds could continue to be gusty through Friday.
We start with rain at the base Thursday turning to snow Thursday night through Friday night. All snow above 7000 ft. Totals by Saturday morning could be around 4-8 inches at the base and 8-16 inches on the mountain from bottom to top.
We may see mostly sunny skies and lighter winds for the weekend. Highs in the 40s at the base and 30s on the upper mountain.
The next storm moving through may stay to our north on Monday. The drier pattern may continue through next week.