A sunny day is on tap with much warmer temperatures than the chilly conditions of yesterday. Above freezing temps 35F will hit the low to mid elevations while upper elevations will be in the 27-32F range. Northerly winds with strong ridgetop speeds 30-45mph and extreme gusts 75mph will blow during the early day with anticipated moderation in the afternoon. No precipitation is in the forecast. A sunny and warm week is slated with continued northerly winds at least for the next few days. High pressure and quiet weather is looking to set in through the end of the month. On a good note, our active weather pattern has put snowpack totals to 100-130% of normal throughout the Sierra Nevada thus far this season.