We picked up another 16 inches in the past 24 hours at High Camp. That brings us to over 5 feet now over the past 7 days.
The snow showers have been firing this morning on the mountains. We will see scattered snow showers today and into tonight as low pressure moves in off the Pacific with cold unstable air. Another 3-6 inches by tomorrow looks possible on the mountain.
By Wednesday we clear out but another system is ready to push towards CA on Thursday. This system is still expected to weaken as it comes inland but right now it looks like it will hold together enough to bring light snow showers Thursday night into Friday. It will also keep us cool another day.
By the weekend the ridge builds along the West Coast and we have sunny skies into the first half of next week. The temperatures will be spring like back near 60 at the base by the beginning of next week.
The forecast models are still showing the ridge shifting up into the Gulf of Alaska or even Alaska by the middle of the next week. This could change the pattern back to colder and unsettled. The first system still looks like it could move in next Thursday the 10th, with more systems going towards mid-month.