Mar 1, 2014 2:05 AM by Dave Hovde
The low pressure system which caused the storm is still off the coast and will track over us between now and Saturday, it'll weaken as it does so.
Bands of wind and rain and even thunderstorms will continue to wrap around the low into Saturday evening when activity will wind down.
Generally totals from the storm should be 1-4″ with locally higher amounts on south facing slopes. It is a pretty warm storm so snow levels should stay up near 5 to 6 thousand feet.
I think Sunday should be partly to mostly cloudy but occasional sprinkles can't be entirely ruled out. A few fronts brush the area this week, best chance to see rain looks like Thursday or Friday but it won't be anything like the storms of the last several days.
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