11/13/22 Sunday 5 am
A closed area of low pressure currently near Las Vegas will move through Arizona and into south-central New Mexico tonight. Winds will become southwesterly throughout the day and occasionally gusty but well below warning criteria. Temperatures will rebound to near average for this time of year.
We will be on the northern periphery of the precipitation. The best chance of snow will be in the higher elevation areas and eastern portions of the forecast area roughly from Bayfield to Wolf Creek. Most of us will be lucky to see a light dusting of snow. Wolf Creek could sneak 2-3 inches if everything goes perfectly.
There is not going to be a lot to talk about after that. Temperatures and precipitation should be low through next week at least. Deep low pressure in the midwest will occasionally retrograde throughout the week which may trigger a few light snow showers near the divide and across the Front Range mountains.
Unless something interesting arises, my next update will be Tuesday morning after I see the new Euro weekly extended model run. That will interesting because it will take us up to December 29th.
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