Low pressure rolled through the area overnight bringing good wrap-around moisture and dropping a foot of new snow across all areas! Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies out there today with snow showers ending this morning giving us a short break between storms. Cold and breezy with highs in the 30's, southwest winds gusting 15-30mph this afternoon. Clouds will once again increase later today with snow showers developing by tonight and could become heavy at times through Monday. This will be an even colder storm with the snow level down near 2,000 feet, possibly lower. New accumulations of 6-12" inches are likely through Tuesday with localized amounts of a foot or more possible! Highs will drop into the 20's as lows tumble into the teens and single digits. Snow showers should taper off Tuesday before we do this all over again Wednesday through Friday. The exact details of our storm later this week are unknown at this time, but the potential is there for more significant rain and snow. With winter weather upon us, expect very dangerous driving conditions in the mountains, blizzard-like conditions are possible through this week, travel is not recommended! If you must travel, be prepared for rapidly changing weather and pack extra food, water, and warm clothing in case you become stuck & stranded, and always carry tire chains!