The last of nearly a week long onslaught of winter storms will move through the Northstate Christmas day, tomorrow.
After a beautiful clear day on Monday our final winter storm of the week will move in early Christmas day.
This will be another interesting storm to follow as snow levels will once again drop below 2000ft and even make another approach at the northern valley floor.
With the pre-frontal moisture moving in early in the day, cold air will once again be trapped in low lying spots of the Northstate.
As usual forecasting snow in the valley floor is one the most difficult aspects of our job. It appears that for the entire valley precipitation will begin in the form of rain and possible switching over to some wet snow for towns in the valley Cotttonwood and north.
If any south winds penetrate the cold air mass then all bets are off.
For mountain locations above 2500ft, snow totals once again will be approaching 6-12"!
By Wednesday and into Thursday we slowly begin to dry thing out. Besides a weak system sliding through Saturday, we stay relatively quiet for the foreseeable future.