We’ll have a relative calm before the storm today, with sunny skies and breezy conditions (not nearly as windy as yesterday), and the warmest temperatures we’ve seen in over a week with highs reaching the low 30s around 10,000’.
Winds will shift and pick up again tonight ahead of another cold front bringing light amounts snow for Monday into Tuesday morning. This inside-slider should be similar to the last. Then another dry day Wednesday before finally a good sierra storm for Thursday into Friday! Confidence is growing that this should be the most significant storm of the season, with a good moisture tap from the Pacific, cold temps and low snowline, and several waves of heavy snowfall that likely be measured in feet!