Something In The Forecast For Everyone

10/26/22 Wednesday 8:30 am
I did not expect last night’s storm to have any effects south of I-70 so I did not even mention it. It has stalled just north of the San Juans, like weak, positively tilted NW flow storms like to do. It may produce another inch or so from Telluride to Red Mountain and maybe Ouray before the next storm arrives later today.
A complex set of circumstances will come together to deliver a bit of snow once again to the areas that favor northerly and northwest flow. So once again the northern portions of the forecast area should see more snow tonight and tomorrow. Overnight, a small area of low pressure may develop across northern New Mexico that could track northeast. This could enhance snowfall slightly somewhere between Durango and Wolf Creek Pass tomorrow.
If all of these scenarios come together perfectly around 8 inches of snow could fall from Telluride to Red Mountain. A couple of inches could fall at Purgatory and 6 or so inches could fall at Wolf Creek. Again, that is if everything comes together perfectly. My confidence is very low in that happening, but we’ll see.
After Thursday, expect dry and slightly warmer conditions through the weekend and the beginning of next week. I am already starting to track a pattern change back to wintery weather beginning around November 2nd. So we will still have a lot to talk about in the coming days!
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