I don’t have a lot to add after reading the forecast discussion, all of the concerns they brought up were mine as well, and I covered those on my noon update. They also talked about overrunning into the valleys. The bottom line is there is still uncertainty for the lower elevations. This was an interesting comment regarding the higher elevations, what they are referring to here is Coal Bank pass even though they didn’t mention it by name.
“Snowfall totals from this Thanksgiving storm will range from 18-30 inches over the Uinta, La Sal, Abajo and San Juan mountains with locally higher
amounts up to 50-60 inches”
Here is the latest Euro for snowfall accumulation at 11 am tomorrow morning.
I will update early tomorrow, it appears the euro is slowing both the southern branch and the west coast low.