A Quick Shot of High Elevation Snow…
I’ll be back in the driver’s seat tomorrow. Been a little behind on the forecast for the storm tonight.
We will see another quick shot of high elevation snow tonight lingering into Wednesday morning from a cold front that nudges toward the region. Not much precipitation expected with less than a half inch even along the crest.
That would equate to 1-3 inches of snow above 7000 ft. and 3-6 inches along the crest. It may snow down to 6500 ft but with not much accumulation and even snow mixed in down to lake level in heavier bursts.
Then the ridge builds in off the coast keeping the storm track just to the North through the weekend. The cold trough now looks like it will come South and East into the U.S. next week instead of straight South. That would bring some cooler air to start next week but not really cold air. Temps in the 40′s.
There is nothing in the long-range that points to the storms stopping. The teleconnection forecasts are still favorable for a progressive pattern and storms to continue into December. Still watching for a strong low pressure to move towards the West coast towards the end of next week bringing another series of storms.
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