The Department of Public Works has its own meteorologist as part of its flood control staff. Here's Rand Allan's forecast for the coming days.
Blustery, cold, and showery weather will continue today, ending by this evening as the storm system in the interior western states moves east and the skies clear. Estimated rain totals will range from zero to less than 0.10 inches. Snow level is around 3500 feet this morning and about 2 inches of total snowfall is expected at the upper elevations. Skies will remain clear and cool through Monday afternoon. A more potent storm moves in Monday night through Tuesday evening with chances for widely scattered light showers Wednesday and Thursday. Models are indicating increasing chances for rain next Friday into the weekend.
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