The Storm Train is ramping up with snow this weekend followed by a strong storm Monday into Tuesday. Check out the link below for the Mammoth Weather Guy’s detailed write up and powder forecast. Get ready for Winter! Snowman out… >>>>> click below now
Weather Guy posted a great update… hope in the forecast for some snow long range!
Click below to read the full report.
Snowfall develops tonight with snow levels around 7.5K with about 6 inches by morning. After a brief break, snow develops again by midday along with gusty winds and continues through Saturday night with blizzard conditions around midnight Saturday and very early Sunday.
Snow tapers a bit Sunday during the day, then increases again Sunday afternoon and night and continues at times into midday Monday before ending Monday night.
There could be some light snow Wednesday morning, otherwise the next storm arrives as early as Thursday night with snow likely Friday and into Saturday the following weekend.
More snow possible Sunday night or early the following week before dry weather returns for a bit just after mid-month. Continued storminess, but probably not big storms, could then continue at times into the end of the month.
Light to moderate snowfall will pick up again overnight and continue at times through Wednesday night with just a few breaks and snow showers ending Thursday afternoon. About 8” has already fallen at the Main Lodge and another foot or slightly more should fall by the time the snow ends Thursday with about 3 feet up top. Dry weather returns Friday with just a very slight chance for light snow showers or flurries early Saturday. Sunday and into early next week should be dry with just clouds at times with the next chance for snow around Thursday/Friday next week and this could be a good storm. Another chance will occur around the 15th. Overall though, a major storm cycle is not expected at this time through mid-December or so.