Hey, heads upPowder day ahead.
A respectable powder storm is coming in now (Tuesday afternoon) and will produce abundant snowfall in the mountains of the NW.
The next twenty-four hours will bring 7-15 of new snow. The storm will taper off Wednesday morning, with lingering snow early in the day. The snow level will be 3,000 3,500 ft, so the lower slopes may be a bit sticky.
Thursday will see a brief ridge of high pressure move in with partial clearing and sun breaks with wonderful leftovers.
There is uncertainty about Friday and the weekend. Initially, it was not looking that interesting with no significant snowfall, but now there is a better chance of another new storm or two. Update will come later.
Your Grand Poobah of Powder
Larry Schick - meteorologist