High pressure is taking control. Cold temps today will warm this weekend as the valleys become inverted with increasing fog and haze. Next chance for snow will be late next week.
Instability snow showers did continue through much of the day yesterday. Saw a few inches in some places to increase our storm cycle totals just a bit:
All clear this morning as Mt. Superior is caked in fresh snow:
It will be chilly today, but will start to warm up as high pressure takes control. By later this weekend, temps on the mountain will feel almost springlike. A good weekend perhaps to get out of inverted conditions in the valley and have a ski day and bbq up in the mountains. That’s my plan at least.
High pressure stays in control for early next week. Trough of low pressure approaches the west coast by middle of next week. We could see chances for snow returning between February 2-4, late next week into next weekend. Still a lot of uncertainty surrounding how strong this storm will be. Will continue to keep an eye on things.