11/22/21 Monday 8:45 am
Yesterday after my last update there was one more favorable run of the Euro. The last three have shown just slightly lower precipitation amounts. The other models are still struggling with storm track and are inconsistent from run to run.
The models still have 18-24 hours to figure things out before the first flakes/drops start to fall. The Euro has been consistent in moistening up the atmosphere throughout the day tomorrow. Then, by the early evening, light snow should start to fall in the higher elevations with snow above 7,000 in the late evening, possibly dropping to 6,500 feet in the middle of the night.
According to the latest Euro run, snow totals should range from a trace to 5 to 7 inches. If the storm track is accurately depicted in the latest Euro run, Wolf Creek will see the highest totals. This is preliminary information. Tuesday afternoon I will hone in on the details.
Here is the latest run from Euro model.
Liquid equivalent precipitation
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