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WEATHER
FORECAST FROM: BEN'S WEATHER LINK
Updated 06/29/2015, 10:18:32

T-Showers Forecast...
BEN SEZ: A fairly moist, southeasterly flow aloft will continue pulling monsoonal moisture northward across the region for a chance of showers or thunderstorms at times at times through this week, with some drying possible over the 4th of July Holiday weekend. Partly to mostly cloudy skies through Monday with scattered sprinkles or light showers, by afternoon we could see a few thundershowers develop; temperatures will top out in the upper 70's. Expect variable cloudiness through the rest of the week with scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms; some storms will be capable of locally heavy rainfall, gusty winds, frequent lightning and hail. A bit on the warm and humid side this week as daytime highs hover around 80 degrees, while overnight lows generally cool to the 50's. As a trough approaches the west coast by the weekend, a drier southwest flow may temporarily push moisture this monsoon moisture off to our east into Arizona, for a decrease in afternoon convection.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Elevations
Lake elevation 6,750 ft.
Resort summit elevation 8,805 ft.
'Winter' Mountain Driving:
Always check road conditions (use the links on this page); always carry chains; always beware of black ice.
Chain Requirement Definitions:
R-1 = Autos with snow tires or 4WD and snow tires OK.
R-2 = Chains required on all vehicles except those with 4WD and snow tires on all four wheels.
R-3 = Chains required on all vehicles, no exceptions.
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