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Snow Report: March 8th

Today will likely be the end of relatively quiet weather before a pattern change heading into the weekend which will bring some active conditions in the form of several winter storms through the middle of next week. 

The first system on Saturday will be quick-moving and not wont produce much in the way of lower-elevation precipitation, with mountain snow only measuring up to a couple inches at best. Snow levels range from around 2500-3500 feet for most of the weekend. Sundays precipitation will be derived from a much more developed parent low pressure system over the Pacific, and could bring about more widespread activity and additional mountain snow.

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