Our last regular forecast is Sunday, April 17th. Intermittent forecasts will be issued through April based upon weather conditions which affect avalanche danger.
Currently: Skies are cloudy and temperatures temperatures range through the 20's F. Moderate to strong southwest winds highlight the weather, with gusts into the 30's mph at mid elevations and over 40 mph along upper elevation ridgelines.
Today: Cloudy skies and temperatures rising into the low 40's F. Winds will be from the southwest and increasing throughout the day, gusting into the 30's and 40's mph at mid-elevations and over 50 mph at upper elevations. An inch or two of snowfall is possible by late in the day.
These strong, pre-frontal winds are in advance of a potent cold front which is forecast to arrive around early evening. Winds will veer to the northwest with the front, and thunder is possible. Heavy snowfall overnight with close to a foot of new snow possible by Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning through Wednesday morning, with snowfall totals of 12-18" possible.
No new avalanches were reported from Sunday.