Lots of rain on the way (we need it!), breezy at times, continued high snow levels...

November 2, 2023

A series of four moderate strength low pressure systems will affect the region through Monday. Click here to see current weather conditions at KNND's weather station downtown

  • Light shower chances will stick around today (possibly remain mostly dry). Breezes 15 mph or less. Expect a break between today's system and Friday's system tonight through Friday morning or early afternoon.
  • Rain will increase again Friday afternoon sometime after 4pm ("could" be closer to 5/6/7pm). Looks like 3/4-1.25" from this system alone through Saturday. Just some lingering showers Saturday night. Wind gusts under 25 mph (no concerns). Snow levels above 7000'.
  • Next pair of storm systems moves through on Sunday and Monday. Looks like up to about another 1" of rainfall Sun/Mon. Wind gusts up to 25 mph. Just a few light showers on Tuesday. Snow levels above 5000'.
  • Looks dry (right now) Wed/Thur. Another storm will probably affect the region at the end of next week. Snow levels will "probably" stay at or above 5000'.
  • Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday at 2:00am, turn clocks BACK one hour before bed Saturday night. Yay! An extra hour of sleep! Good idea to test smoke detectors and change the batteries!
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