A Blip In The Weather Pattern

Tuesday 11/2/21 8:55 am

Energy from the system to our west is moving into the area. Most of the fun is up north but there are a couple of exceptions. There are a few flakes falling mainly above 10,000 feet. Radar is indicating some light rain showers but I don’t believe they are hitting the ground below 9,000 feet. Here is the current radar (8:20 am).


Here is the latest high-resolution model run for precipitation today.


After this system moves out our next best chance of a storm moving into the area will be in the  Wednesday, November 10th to Friday, November 12th period.

Snow Forecast for today

Purgatory (snow stake): A dusting to an inch

Telluride (snow stake) Molas Pass, Coal Bank Pass: 1 to 2 inches

Wolf Creek: 1 to 2 inches

Red Mountain: 2 to 4 inches

I am reasonably confident that this system is going to move out by this evening. I do not expect travel to be impacted tomorrow. I did see something on the surface map that has me scratching my head and could change things up a bit. I am not going to go into it right now. I will be keeping my eye on it. If I need to change things I will post a little later today. Otherwise, my next update will be Wednesday morning.

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