Tonight: NWS vs the models

5 pm

Just so we are on the same page, none of the models are projecting significant snow this evening. They all had the majority of the activity occurring during the day today. That was my issue with the wording on the 2-5 inches at lower elevations that they had at 6 tonight.  As I said earlier this super southern storm track (Mexico) is atypical and not something I have not dealt with a lot. To further complicate things, the point forecasts I believe are all 1-3 inches. We will see who wins.

2 thoughts on “Tonight: NWS vs the models

  1. Bob T

    As with last year, a chunk of the jet stream drug the system south. Even much of Arizona got mostly bypassed. But it will gear up and cause a lot of problems for the Texas and on eastward.

    On Thu, Dec 6, 2018 at 4:50 PM Durango Weather Guy wrote:

    > durangoweatherguy posted: “5 pm Just so we are on the same page, none of > the models are projecting significant snow this evening. They all had the > majority of the activity occurring during the day today. That was my issue > with the wording on the 2-5 inches at lower elevations that” >

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    1. I will address this in the next post, “the storm” is barely onshore in California. It never had any intention of hitting us, which if you read my earlier posts was why I spent so much time talking about the “not storm”.

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