One Storm then Dry Through Christmas

We need this next storm to produce. In a year where the storms have under performed, we have what could be an okay storm that could bring a foot of snow. That storm comes in very late on Sunday and should last through early Monday morning. The GFS has this storm moving through much faster than the EC, but we are confident this one should leave behind some snow.

Here is a look at late Sunday night:

After this storm, the models are saying dry weather for at least the next week as our ridge moves back into position. There will be a few glancing blows, but overall we see no major snow events for the Sierra.

That is the bad news, the good news is, the ridge should break down shortly after Christmas which will give us a chance for additional storms to move through the area.

Conditions have just not been favorable for a major snow event, unfortunately. We will keep an eye way out and report accordingly.

Stay Tuned ...