NOAA is forecasting 2-4 feet of snow to fall in California in the by next Tuesday.
“…at least 2 feet of snow mainly above 7500 ft to build onto the Sierra snowpack through next Tuesday. Some localized totals in the high Sierra could see up to 4 feet of snow.” – NOAA Reno, NV today
VIDEO of the “Parade of Storm” Headed to California:
A series of storms will move through California starting with a weaker system Tuesday/Wednesday. We expect stronger storms to follow!
Posted by US National Weather Service Sacramento California on Monday, March 7, 2016
California ski resorts just saw up to 62″ of snowfall in 3-days this past weekend.
Miracle March is real!
“Active weather is expected to continue with a series of minor disturbances moving through the region from now into this weekend. Expect slick conditions over area passes at times especially tonight and Friday into Saturday.
The next moderate winter storm will moving into the Sierra late this weekend into early next week. This storm does have a decent moisture tap and should result in more travel inconveniences mainly in the Sierra.
All said and done, there is potential for 3-5 inches of liquid equivalent with at least 2 feet of snow mainly above 7500 ft to build onto the Sierra snowpack through next Tuesday. Some localized totals in the high Sierra could see up to 4 feet of snow, but specifics on these locations are scant this far out. This, of course, is assuming that the moderate storm maintains a similar track that it is currently projected to have.” – NOAA Reno, NV today
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