NOAA is forecasting a storm to roll into California on Thursday that is forecast to bring snow to the highest peaks of the High Sierra. Snow levels will be above 10,000-feet, so this won’t be much help to the ski areas.
Regardless of the snow levels, we need the precipitation bad in Cali, so bring it on.
If we’re lucky, Mammoth ski area will get a few flakes. Hopefully just enough to bring some stoke.
“A low pressure system will move north along the Baja California on Tuesday and will move onshore later this week. It will bring showers and isolated thunderstorms to the Sierra Nevada and Kern County Mountains from Tuesday afternoon through Friday, and the San Joaquin Valley and desert areas from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday. Lightning and small hail may accompany the storms. When thunder roars, go indoors! Snow levels are expected to be very high above 10k feet.” – NOAA, Hanford, CA