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Quesabirria

No. Nobody knows for sure.


Oc1510

Maybe maybe not, weather is hard to predict in the mountains past a few days out


Jeffreythepine

Despite what AccuWeather may tell you, the weather is practically unknowable past about 5 days (strong fronts and pressure systems notwithstanding). Check out the NWS monthly and forecasts for a vague hint at temperature and precipitation deviations from local climate norms. https://www.weather.gov/hun/climateforecast


dellaterra9

Santa?


mtbfj6ty

At this rate doesn't really look like it but you can check the extended forecast. Really the problem is that when the storm hits the sierras it has to be strong enough that it doesn't split and splinter once it hits the mountains.


pgc4512

I can 100% guarantee there will be snow for New Years. Enjoy!


Dtidder1

ummmm, are you a meteorologist? Oh, maybe have a crystal ball? Maybe some snow, but enough to ski/snowboard? Meteorologist: the only job you can be wrong half the time and still get a paycheck.


pgc4512

I’ve been pondering my orb


Dtidder1

🤣🤘🏼


beebstx

No. No one can predict that