A weak storm will push through our area today, with moderate SW winds, and light snowfall resulting in little accumulation. Temperatures will be quite a bit cooler than past days, with highs expected in the mid to upper 30s at 10,000’.
Wednesday is the calm before the “real” storm beginning Thursday morning and lasting thru Friday. This storm, possibly the first moderate A.R. (Atmospheric River) of the season, will begin with a strong cold front dropping south into the Sierra with strong winds, followed by moderate to heavy mountain snow, with snow levels dropping significantly Friday morning. While centered further to the north toward Tahoe, 1-2’ of snow in the mountains is still looking likely for our area. Another weak to moderate A.R. is looking likely for early next week.