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WEATHER
FORECAST FROM: BEN'S WEATHER LINK
Updated 01/26/2015, 08:25:43

Winter Weather Forecast...
BEN SEZ: A closed low pressure system will move northward off the southern California coast Monday, pulling in subtropical moisture from the southeast for an increasing chance of showers, becoming likely by afternoon; locally breezy and cooler with highs in the 40's. As this low treks inland across the region Monday night, scattered showers will continue with even a rumble of thunder possible, before tapering off Tuesday; lows in the lower 30's as highs remain in the 40's. Unfortunately, due to the strong southerly flow and subtropical moisture associated this system, snow levels will remain fairly high, above about 9,000 feet through the duration, maybe dipping a little lower Tuesday morning with a mixture of rain & snow possible, but the bulk of the moisture will have passed by then with rainfall amounts of 1/2"-1" expected. Partly cloudy skies return for us Wednesday into Thursday, but clouds will once again be on the increase Thursday night with more cool & unsettled weather possible Friday into the weekend. This next storm will take a more northerly, inside track, so it won't have a great deal of moisture with it's over land trajectory, but will be colder which bodes well for our snowfall potential next weekend. As always be sure to check back often for further updates.
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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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