11/11/2022 Friday 8 am
The moisture-starved storm blew through Wednesday late afternoon and night. It brought a little bit of snow to the mountains and very little fanfare to the mid and lower elevations. Those types of systems are not my favorite. For the lower and mid-elevations, I had to track it via barometric pressure readings to know when the front passed.
I am afraid I don’t have good news for the short term. A cut-off low-pressure system will track to our south Sunday night into Monday. Wolf Creek may get a few flakes but that will be it. Next week we will be in between a ridge of high pressure off the west coast and low pressure to our east. There is a slight chance the low pressure could retrograde back west to our area, but it is highly unlikely it will make it over the divide. The models are divided on what happens after next week. I am going to hold off talking about the future until Tuesday.
My next update will be Sunday m0rning.
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