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Snow Report: March 20th

There's no new snow to report but there's a chance light snow in the high elevations could start as early as late tonight into tomorrow. Snow levels will also be fluctuating through the remainder of the workweek in response to the passing synoptic features as levels will hover between 4500-7500 feet northwest to southeast today, 4000-5500 feet northwest to southeast Thursday, and 5000-6500 feet northwest to southeast on Friday

The long term will be characterized by a pattern change that will bring with it some active weather. Snow levels at the beginning of the period will start off above 4000ft but cooler air will be ushered in lowering the snow levels to roughly 2500ft Snow will begin at the higher elevations to start before sinking to pass levels through Monday before remaining above 3000ft by Tuesday.

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