Some Graupel and hail this afternoon!

Graupel-Hail Mix

We had a nice small hail-Graupel storm around 1pm this afternoon at our home about a mile north of Hatcher Lake!

4-23-21: 2pm update: Scattered storms continue this afternoon as our trough pushes closer.

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Our trough is just to our west at 1:30pm.

We will continue to see some scattered storms and showers this afternoon as the trough approaches from the west. Activity should come to an end by sunset, leaving us with a great weekend of temperatures warming into the 60’s.

Our next system is due to arrive Monday afternoon and will give us additional chances for snow-rain combo through Tuesday. I’ll have a complete update on Saturday.

-Mark Langford

Nice to wake up to an inch of snow and a tenth of an inch of liquid at our home about a mile north of Hatcher Lake…

4-23-21: 8am quick update: Our trough to the west has finally put us in a SW flow this morning! I found an inch of snow at our home about a mile north of Hatcher Lake.

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We have tapped into some mid level moisture this morning giving us some badly needed snow-rain.
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Snow is falling downtown this morning but not accumulating.
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The trough to our west will continue to move our direction today giving us additional chances for some snow showers this morning, than a chance for some rain showers and even a scattered thunderstorm this afternoon. Temps will warm into the upper 40’s and 50’s so all of the snow in the valley will only be a memory by noon. Look for snow to continue for most of the day in the mountains. Based on the road cams, it looks like they have already had 2-3 inches this morning.

Lettuce snow how much fell at your place this morning and where!

-Mark Langford

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  1. 2″ in Log Park off Fawn Gulch Road. It was a surprise to see it falling this morning! Big flakes but on pause for now.

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