As expected the Winter Weather Advisories for the lower elevations were canceled. For now, they are going to let the higher elevation Warning continue with 2-6″ additional above 9,500 feet.
That was it. It wasn’t perfect but most areas got a lot of beneficial needed moisture. We are three weeks away from the start of the meteorological winter. The models handle snow prediction better from December-February so we have that to look forward to.
The next shot at precipitation will be Friday. At the moment it looks insignificant, but I will be tracking it. Beyond the weekend, the models are split with the Euro trying to bring back a ridge over our area. The GFS favors a trough in the west.
The MJO pattern is split between the two solutions. As we approach December phase 2 of the MJO favors cooler weather, but early November favors average to slightly above average temps.
I have some things to catch up on tomorrow but I will post again on Wednesday.
Thanks for all of the weather reports and as always thanks for following!