We remain under a ridge of high pressure with everything interesting weather-wise staying far to our north. It looks to be unseasonably warm and sunny, and there may even be a few days with lower winds than we’re used to, but the models disagree on which days we’ll see real wind gusts and which ones we won’t.
The first hope for snow now appears to be next Tuesday (12/7). That’s pretty far away to make any likely predictions, but that system looks like a shortwave with the moisture approaching us from the northwest, and may stick around for (or not) through Wednesday. Minimal to no upslope. Here are the model forecasts for the 12/7 and 12/8 snow:
2” – American and European models
½” – Canadian model
Weather is so sadly boring, I don’t even have a retrospective discussion because nothing interesting has happened since the last forecast.
Do you snow dances. Cheers.
-Jordan (Tuesday 11/30/21 morning)
Note: Unless otherwise noted, all forecasts are for 10,000’ in exposed areas. References to American Model are the American (GFS) Model. References to the Canadian Model are the Canadian (GDPS) Model. References to the WRF Model are the CAIC WRF Hi-Res Model. References to the European Model are the European (ECMWF) Model.