40° / 20's
SNOW (6-12")
32° / 10's
30° / 10's
36° / 0's
46° / 10's
52° / 10's
50° / 20's Forecast Updated: Monday, Mar 08 @ 09:30pm *** WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT 10PM TUESDAY THROUGH 10PM THURSDAY ***
Increasing onshore flow will bring locally breezy conditions overnight with partly cloudy skies as lows cool to the 20's. Our newest winter storm will approach the area tomorrow with clouds and winds on the increase throughout the day. Cooler with highs in the upper 30's to lower 40's, southwest winds 15-30mph by afternoon with gusts near 40mph. A few snow showers are possible, with snowfall increasing in coverage and intensity Tuesday night into Wednesday, the snow could be heavy at times. This is a very cold storm with the snow level expected to plummet to around 3,000 feet where at least 6-12" can be expected, with localized amounts of 1-2 feet possible. Snow showers will linger into Thursday with isolated thunderstorms possible, continued cold and windy at times with highs below freezing as lows drop into the teens. Wrap-around moisture should decrease late Thursday with snow showers coming to an end on Friday, fair and gradually warmer weather will return over the weekend. When traveling into the mountains during the winter months, always be prepared for rapidly changing weather. Extremely hazardous driving is forecast this week with near white-out/blizzard-like conditions expected! Travel is not recommended, but if you must, pack extra food, water, and warm clothing for when you become stranded, and always carry chains!