Saturday January 5th Weathercast

More Rain and Mountain Snow for Sunday and Beyond.

Posted: Jan 6, 2019 2:26 PM

It was windy with rain and snow across all of our area on Sunday. Most places getting a half inch to an inch of rain and snow levels started out near 2000' feet but are now near 3000' feet Saturday night.

As the first in a series of storms exits tonight the next one moves in quickly behind it so no real break from the rain and snow is expected. Sunday will be rainy again and with gusty winds. and the mountains will once again get heavy snow. Snow levels for Sunday will be a little higher 3000-4000 feet.

Monday we will still have some showers and lighter snow in the mountains but then a 3rd storm comes in Tuesday and into Wednesday. This system looks a little warmer as well as a little wetter, so expect higher rain totals as well as higher snow levels near 5000 or so feet.

The later part of the work week looks dry but keep the umbrellas handy as more rain is expected by next weekend!

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Cooler weather the next few days before we warm up again this weekend flirting with more record high temperatures. By next week we get even cooler but we also have the possibility of high fire danger next week.
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