The first wave coming from the parent storm system will come in overnight and Friday morning. The operational models are trending a little further south with the snow. Very light accumulations may occur by midday Friday mainly above 8,500. Flurries are not out of the question above 7,400 feet. This storm is much warmer than the system that will come in on Sunday. On Sunday however, the models are still keeping the main punch to our north so cooler temperatures on Sunday will be the big story. I will update on the second storm on Saturday.
For now, here is what the Euro is looking at for snow tomorrow. Remember the Euro has roughly a 6-mile grid (think margin of error).
Check back Saturday afternoon for the latest on Sunday’s storm.