November 26th, 2014

CBAC Weather

24 Hour Weather Outlook

Weather Discussion: Since yesterday, 2-4” of additional snow fell around area bringing the prolonged storm totals to 15-20” of snow since Saturday, with 1.5 to 1.8” of water equivalent. Westerly winds have continued to remain elevated, with most remote weather stations showing gusts in the 25 mph range over the last 24 hours. Today, snow showers will gradually diminish by early afternoon as high pressure works into the area today, and takes hold through the weekend.

High Temperature: 25-30º
Wind Speed (mph):10 – 20 mph
Wind Direction: West
Sky Cover: Overcast becoming clear
Snow (in): Trace-1″

48 Hour Weather Outlook

Weather Outlook: The extended outlook looks mild and sunny through Thanksgiving, but another Pacific storm is taking shape and could bring another round of significant snow early next week.

Tomorrows Temperatures: 20-25º
Tomorrows Wind Speeds (mph): 5-15 mph
Tomorrows Wind Directions: W
Tomorrows Sky Cover: Mostly Clear
Tomorrows Snow (in):0″