Friday, March 30, 2012

Quick Dump of Snow Saturday-Sat. Night

Everything is still on track for a nice little dump of snow Saturday afternoon into Saturday night. We saw some mild temperatures today but a strong cold front will blast through Saturday bringing colder temperatures and heavy snow.

There may be some light rain or snow showers in the morning, but it looks like most of the precip will hold off until the afternoon when the cold front approaches.  We should see a period of heavy snowfall during the evening as the cold front pushes through and then snow showers that will taper by Sunday morning. 

Snowfall forecast is still on track and really hasn't changed all week. Right now I'm going to stick with 4-8 inches in the Village, 5-10 at the base and 10-15 inches up top by Sunday morning.  

Monday and Tuesday we should rebound right back into the 50's with sun as the ridge builds in temporarily. Then the next trough pushes in Wednesday but there is not as much moisture with the cold front this time. We could pick up a few inches of light snow. The trough looks to hang around the West Coast through Friday so the temperatures will be cold for this time of year.

Then it looks like the ridge could build in off the coast and keep us dry for about a week. BA

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