Weekend Storm Forecast And Severe Weather Outlook

4/22/22 Friday 7:10 am

The long-anticipated storm system will move into the area later today bringing an end to the warm conditions for a few days. I do not expect this storm to be a significant precipitation producer. The biggest impacts will be across the north and the Northern San Juans where a couple to a few inches of snow will fall.

The main system will move through late today. Expect cool and blustery conditions behind the front. Saturday night a reinforcing shot will drop down from the north producing a few more snow showers. Don’t be surprised to see a rain-snow mix or some light snow Saturday and Sunday mornings.

The Euro has the best handle on the timing. This sequence starts this morning at 6 am.

Here is the Euro’s snowfall forecast through both events.

As this system moves east of us it is going to wreak havoc. Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota are going to get pounded with another blizzard. If you have plans to travel through that area you will not be able to execute them.

Further south, the midwest and southern plains states are going to see a severe weather outbreak over the next couple of days.

Here is the Severe Weather Outlook for Friday.

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