Looking at a nice day out there today under partly cloudy skies with highs in the upper 40's to around 50-degrees, southwest winds increasing 10-20mph during the afternoon. The next in our series of storms will approach the area tonight with clouds and winds on the increase. This storm will move through the area tomorrow with rain and snow showers developing during the morning, continuing throughout the day with a gradual changeover to snow. The snow level is forecast to start out above 7,000ft., but should lower to 5,500ft. by afternoon as the cold front swings through the area. Strong southwest winds will also precede the front with gusts near 40mph Thursday as temperatures remain in the 30's. Scattered snow showers will persist into Thursday night coming to an end by Friday morning as the storm exits the region. Rainfall amounts initially up to around a half-inch are possible, with locally an inch or more on the lower coastal slopes. Once the snow level drops, we could pick up around 2-4" of snow, making for treacherous travel and icy roads Thursday night into Friday. Temperatures will plummet behind the front as lows drop into the teens with highs only in the 30's Friday. Fair and slightly warmer over the weekend ahead of our next storm set to arrive early next week. Next week's storm should be the strongest in this series with significant rain and snow looking increasingly likely, be prepared and carry tire chains!
Today High: 49.1ºF @ 10:57 AM ∙Low: 26.4ºF @ 6:41 AM Max Wind Gust: 8.1 mph @ 10:16 AM Rain: 0.00" ∙ Snow: 0.00" Sunrise: 6:41 am ∙ Sunset:4:37 pm Current Air Quality:Good Real-Time Fire Danger :Low-Moderate
Yesterday High: 47.0ºF @ 12:04 AM ∙Low: 28.2ºF@ 11:43 PM Max Wind Gust: 19.6 mph WSW @ 12:11 AM
Rain:0.03 " ∙ Snow: 0" Month High: 63.3ºF 12/6∙Low: 25.0ºF12/1 Max Wind Gust: 19.6 mph Rain: 0.03" ∙Snow: 0"
Season High: 69.4 °F on 11/5/2021 ∙Low: 19.0 °F on 11/26/2021 Max Wind Gust: 42.0 mph on 2/13/2021 Rain: 0.73" ∙Snow: 0" (Seasonal Average: 58")