The snow fell most of the day yesterday and overnight dropping another 13 inches at High Camp. That brings the 36 hour storm total to 19 inches. Scattered snow showers are still falling today and should continue along the crest, possibly into Friday. Only expecting another inch or two on the mountain.
The next storm will be pulling in lots of moisture off the Pacific and approaching Friday night. Some forecast models have the snow starting before midnight and others closer to Saturday morning. Snow levels will rise on Friday to around 7000 ft. and stay there Friday night as the storm approaches. Once the precip does arrive Friday into Saturday we should see heavy snowfall. A cold front will push in on Saturday lowering snow levels back below base level. With the heavy precip it may happen faster than the models are showing. We should pick up another foot at the base with up to 2 feet on the mountain by Sunday morning.
Another wave of light precip could trigger more light snow showers on Sunday, but overal expecting a break before the next storm moves in on Monday. This is a cold storm with low snow levels. Snow is expected to pick up again by Monday afternoon with snow showers lasting into Tuesday. We could see several more inches of light fluffy at the base and up to a foot of additional snow on the mountain.
We should see a break in the storms next Wednesday before another system approaches on Thursday. The forecast models are still not clear on the track of this storm with some trying to keep it just to our North. We could potentially see another break the weekend of the 5th with storms possible the 2nd week of April.