Next Storm of Consequence Pushes in Monday Night

What we are seeing today (11/6) is the leading edge of a larger storm. This leading edge could produce a few inches of snow for the Carson Range and Sierra.

However a better storm is coming for Monday night:

Later Monday evening the main front will push in. It has a decent moisture tap and should start out as all snow for Tahoe Resorts. However, as the front pushes through, it will pick up warmer air and snow levels will climb to around 7,000 or 8,000 feet. So this should be all snow for Mount Rose.

How much snow? That is the question. The GFS weather model is much more bullish than the ECMWF and is calling for 1-2 feet for the Carson Range. The EC is calling for under a foot of snow.

Let's hope for an over producer, because behind this front our ridge of high pressure will move into a blocking position.

We do not see precipitation after this storm until around the 20th of November. Of course all that can change, because who's in charge? Not Us.

Stay Tuned ...