It was a much quieter day on Thursday with a few isolated showers as expected and slightly warmer temperatures. Depending on how much sunshine we see there may be another chance for isolated thunderstorms on both Friday and Saturday, otherwise, we can expect the heaviest rain to arrive Friday night into early Saturday morning. Snow levels are expected to be around 5000 feet. It will also be on the windy side on Friday blowing from the south at 10-20 mph with gusts between 30 and 40 mph. Although it will still be breezy on Saturday the winds won’t be as strong.
Isolated showers are expected on Sunday before the next storm arrives giving us another round of moderate rain on Monday and Tuesday. This will also be a colder storm allowing our snow levels to drop to as low as 3000 feet
We’ll see another break from the rain on Wednesday with yet another chance for rain on Thursday of next week. This won’t be a drought buster but we’ll take whatever we can before the Summer heat kicks in.