A fast moving cold Pacific storm is moving thru our area early this morning, with peak snowfall occurring before dawn dropping 1-7” of snow (greatest around mammoth, lesser to the north, and much less south toward Bishop). Another few inches may fall this afternoon as another wave moves in. June area may receive some continued Mono lake effect light snowfall thru the day. Strong SW winds at upper elevations will decrease to moderate levels in the afternoon, and will continue to decrease into the evening and thru Friday out of the west.
The weekend will be dry, with average temperatures, and mostly sunny skies.
At the moment long-term does not look good for Sierra snowfall as a high pressure ridge will set in next week which models are showing will likely remain in place thru the first week of February, and possibly beyond. L