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Skies are mostly clear this morning and temperatures are in the upper 20's F. Winds are from the west with gusts in the teens at mid elevations and gusting into the 20's mph along the most-exposed upper ridges.
For today, increasing clouds with temperatures rising into the 30's F. Winds will be from the west and increasing throughout the day, with gusts in the 30's at mid elevations and 40's at upper elevations. Snow showers may develop by late afternoon.
A storm system moves in overnight and into Tuesday with 2-4" of new snowfall expected by later Tuesday. Winds will remain strong throughout this storm, gusting into the 60's mph at upper elevations. High pressure returns by Wednesday.
Although snowfall from last Tuesday's storm held up well - providing excellent travel and riding conditions in the alpine zones - most slopes are now crusted and soft, dry snow can only be found on steep north-facing slopes at the upper elevations.