OPERATIONS & CONDITIONS
This Page Was Last Updated: 11/29/2022 6:00 AM
Last Day Cleared: Wednesday, November 8, 2022
Number of Days Cleared: 6
We are gearing up for back-to-back storms starting tomorrow, Thursday (Dec. 1, 2022) with forecasting channels are calling for 25″-31″ potential accumulation between now and Sunday with a short break in snowfall on Friday. So please make sure you are planning your weekend accordingly.
We are keeping up to date on all forecasting channels and watching the weather patterns around the clock to ensure our operators will be out and clearing your driveways dark and early! Read lower on this page to learn more about the forecasts and potential snow on the horizon.
PLEASE MAKE EYE CONTACT with any operator before approaching or coming near the machine.
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Mostly sunny Wednesday with increasing winds. A storm moves in later Wed night and lasts into Thursday night before ending. A quick break Friday and then another fairly strong storm moves in by Saturday afternoon and lasts through Monday. Then we could see a break for at least a few days.
Dry conditions continue today. Two strong winter storms are still on track Thursday through the weekend with periods of gusty winds and heavy mountain snow. Travel through the Sierra will become hazardous at times, with accumulating snow possible even on the lower valley floors.
Looks like all systems are a go for the “double header” of a storm slated to roll in tomorrow, Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022, where we are expecting 2-4 feet to fall between now and Sunday (12/1-4/22).