Our latest storm system will slowly exit the region today, not before dropping 1-2 inches of rain and several inches of snow, with over a foot above 7,500ft at resort level! Expect a chilly evening out there with clearing skies and light winds as lows cool to the upper teens and 20's. We'll return to mostly sunny skies tomorrow with highs in the mid 40's. Conditions look fair through Saturday under weak ridging as daytime highs top out in the 40's to lower 50's by Friday, while overnight lows generally cool to the 20's. Another storm could bring more rain and snow to the area beginning Sunday and continuing into next week. While precipitation totals are unknown at this time, the snow level looks to start out near 7,000 feet Sunday, but could fall as low as 4,000 feet early next week! If traveling into the mountains during the winter months, be prepared for hazardous winter weather driving conditions! Plan ahead, bring extra supplies like food, water, and warm clothing, and always carry tire chains.