The weather today started out snow, we saw a break in the action for most of the day, but a few more snow showers may roll through the mountains tonight. Not enough to cause much of any additional accumulation, but a spot or two may pick up a fresh coating.
Friday will be cold with clearing skies. Highs top out in the lower to mid 20s. Saturday morning we wake up in the mid to upper single digits. Highs should top out in the upper 30s and lower 40s on Saturday under sunny skies.
Then the weather pattern turns active, and not in a good way. A series of low pressures will develop southwest and roll northeast. Each one will bring warmer air, rain, and then a cool down. This will help to melt the rest of the snowpack, and if we get too much rain it could cause some high water problems. We will be monitoring the situation closely next week.
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