As of 11:00am 2.5 feet to as much as 44 inches over the Sierra Crest Now….Still snowing 2 to 3 inches an hour!!!!
Saturday March 17, 2012
Posted at 11:34 am by Howard
Its going on!….Big time snows in the Central and Southern Sierra! At 11:00am Snow plot at 9000 ft showed 4.4 inches of H20 storm total.(so far) That could be 44 inches over the crest at 10:1. 30 inches of snow now at the main lodge at 11:30am.
IR sat showing secondary low spinning up just on shore between Monterrey and Paso Robles with the Southern San Joaquin Valley to Central Valley under the gun in the ENE quad for Good Divergence…IE UVM.
Radar showing strong echos near Fresno moving NE. Most will go to the south of us but will get some of that too….
Forecast of up to 50 inches over the Crest looking marvelous……….:-)
Hopefully we will get more……
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