The models are all still planning on, or at least leaning towards, a mostly Front Range upslope snow event. Denver has the possibility of going from a 95 degree high on Monday to a 27 degree low Wednesday morning. Central Mountain resort locations could fall into the single digits by Wednesday morning!
I am tracking the temperature forecastslocally and will dive deeper into that Sunday and Monday. At this point, it looks like Southern Mountain and mid-altitude locations above 8,000 feet may fall into the 20’s by Wednesday morning, stay tuned.
Here are the model runs since my last post starting with the GFS.
GFS Friday afternoon
Friday evening’s GFS
The Canadian is starting to look closer to what the Euro was like in earlier runs
Friday evening’s Canadian
Latest Canadian–If I were going to bet on a solution, this looks the most believable of everything I have seen so far.
The Euro was experimenting with replacing the closed area of low pressure with a rapidly moving open wave. This is very uncharacteristic of the Euro.
Last night’s Euro
Latest Euro moves back a little west.
There is still plenty of time for things to change. The future storm is currently on the border of the Yukon and Northwest Territories (I circled it in red).
Next update Sunday afternoon. Thanks for following and supporting the page!