After all the recent snow excitement, the next week plus looks a bit dull.  Weather remains pleasant through Sunday mid-day, though of course there will be winds.  Then, a storm from the west quickly passes through our patrol region on Sunday night through Monday.  The European and Canadian models are predicting 2” of snow, while the American Model is predicting 1” of snow.

We’ll have a few days of partly sunny weather after that, and then the Canadian and American Models are both calling for a weak trough leading to light snow (an inch and a half) Thursday through Saturday. 

Sorry there’s nothing too exciting to write about.

-Jordan (Friday (2/3/23) 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.