Weather Underground Forecast for Tuesday, March 13, 2012. A strong Pacific storm will continue moving into the West Tuesday, renewing rain and high elevation snow from the West Coast through the Intermountain West. This storm will be the first in a series of Pacific storms to hit California over the next week, welcomed news for a state that has endured a mild and dry Winter. Winter Storm Watches and Warnings are posted from the Cascades through the Sierra Nevadas in anticipation of over a foot of new snow. The snowpack in California supplies drinking water and agricultural irrigation for much of the Golden State. The storm will also be intense enough to instigate very strong winds up to 100 mph in the higher elevations of the West.
To see what the weather brought us last night look here: