July 4, 2015
An on-shore zonal flow will keep the weather unsettled over the next few days. A couple systems will push through the Pacific Northwest this week, leaving our area on the southern edge, and mild side of these storms. System #1 will bring showers overnight tonight. Snow levels will stay high (6500-7500'), but a few inches of snow and controls are possible on the passes. The second storm will push in Wednesday night into Thursday and will be stronger. Valley wind and rain and high elevation snow will result. -Jeff
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