11/8/22 Tuesday 12:45 pm
The latest model runs are moving the storm in and through the area faster than precious runs. Snowfall rates in higher elevation areas will be impressive while the storm is blowing through. It’s just not going to stick around so storm totals will be rather low. Travel will become difficult while the front is moving through. There will be poor visibility on the passes because of the wind and snow, but it will be short-lived. I would avoid traveling over the passes after dark tomorrow night. At the moment, it looks like the storm will be long gone by Thursday morning. For now, I am thinking 1-3 inches for Purgatory. 3-6 inches for Telluride, Silverton, and the 550 passes, and 3-6 for Wolf Creek.
I was going to do an extended outlook today, it looks like there was a data error again calculating the precipitation anomalies due to an incorrect average precipitation amount for the period. Hopefully, it will be fixed next week.
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