NOAA: 2 Storms To Dump Snow On The Higher Peaks Of California | Up To 47" For Mt Shasta

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NOAA: 2 Storms To Dump Snow On The Higher Peaks Of California | Up To 47" For Mt Shasta

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NOAA: 2 Storms To Dump Snow On The Higher Peaks Of California | Up To 47" For Mt Shasta

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Photo Credit (+Cover Photo): NWS Sacramento

A series of northerly storm systems off the west coast combined with moisture from Hurricane Seymour will bring tons of snow to the higher peaks of California this week reports NOAA.

Related: Powder Watch Issued For New England Thursday-Friday

The first precipitation event will start Thursday and should include warm moisture from Seymour before a more northerly system arrives closer to Sunday. Both systems will both come in warm and leave cold with freezing levels starting at 9,500′ before dropping below 7,000′ by Sunday.

LET IT SNOW!

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Snowfall Roundup

  • 47″ for Mt Shasta by Friday night
  • Rain turns to snow in Lake Tahoe on Friday
  • Expect significant accumulations atop Mt Rose by Saturday morning
  • Second, cooler storm arrives on Sunday afternoon
Mt Shasta on October 18, 2016 | Photo Credit: Shasta Mountain Guides

Mt Shasta on October 18, 2016 | Photo Credit: Shasta Mountain Guides

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