- Abnormally warm temps are likely this weekend across the West with 50s and 60s at the base of many ski areas.
- High pressure stays in control through 3/28 then a storm system hits CA and moves east, 3/28-4/1. Confidence is low on what happens after 4/1.
- This storm system runs into a very warm airmass and precipitation starts as rain in some mountain valleys before changing to snow.
Infrared satellite shows the storm track and high pressure anchored over the West.
Confidence is low with mixed data, but it’s possible high pressure rebuilds across the West. This is one possible outcome.
This outcome assumes a stormier pattern after 4/1 rather than high pressure rebuilding.
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