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Isolated Showers with 2,000′ Snow Levels

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WEATHER DISCUSSION

A weak storm system to our north will continue traveling southbound this morning. This will then bring rain showers to the Coast into late morning and  very spotty showers across inland areas. Snow levels though are around 2,000′ so many of the showers that develop will fall in the form of snow.

Given the lack of moisture with this storm, very minimal impacts are anticipated and if any showers do move through the passes they will drop a dusting, if that.  For the high terrain 1″-2″ of snow is certainly possible, but not much more.

Following this weak front, the weekend will be dry. Only isolated showers are in the forecast for Saturday evening and Sunday for the Coast. Cooler temperatures will remain in place through early next week, especially for the higher elevations. As of now, next week is looking dry through Tuesday.

Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese

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