Packing a pair of shades and sunscreen are usually essential slope-side gear this time of the ski season, but more snowfall and wintry-like weather remains in the mix clear into next week.
A stronger low-pressure system will develop late Thursday and push onshore into the Cascades through Friday. This weather system will generate strong winds, and light to moderate precipitation – mainly in the form of snow around the higher elevations – with the snow level slowly dropping from 5,000 to 3,000 feet by late Friday.
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