Saturday 10/16 12:30 pm
Things will be quiet and tranquil until at least Monday morning. I have mentioned a couple of times that the European model has been advertising a small disturbance rolling up from the south. The Euro, Canadian, and the US NAM models are now all picking up on this. This should not be a big deal but may affect some of the higher peaks in NE La Plata County over to Wolf Creek Pass. At the moment, it looks pretty harmless.
The other development is that all models are trending deeper, colder, and further south with the next system due to affect western Colorado later on Monday. It does not look like a significant precipitation producer but it is looking more likely that the northern portion of our forecast area may see some more snow.
After that, it still looks like we will be going through a boring stretch of weather until around or after the 24th.
Sunday morning I will dig a little deeper into the Monday evening storm, stay tuned. Thanks for following and supporting the site!