Sunday Morning Update

1/29/23 Sunday 7:30 am

We might, may, potentially could, see a couple of days of snow beginning early Monday morning. The best possibility of accumulating snow will be in the higher elevation areas. If everything goes perfectly, a couple to a few inches of the fluffy white stuff will accumulate. Perhaps more, in isolated, mostly uninhabited areas. The lower and middle elevation areas have a much lower chance of anything accumulating.

I have a difficult time classifying this event as a storm. Technically, it will be a split storm with energy going to the north and south of us. The piece that goes to the north should boost the stalled front up north and send it to the south. That front has been in place in northern Colorado for a few days and has produced a ton of snow there. If you have been in the area very long, you know that what happens up north usually does not affect us as much.

It seems like it has been forever since I posted a precipitation map.

Here is the Euro, keep in mind, snow to liquid ratios will be 12 to 18 to 1. So it won’t take a lot to produce snow. These amounts are the totals through Wednesday morning at 5 am.

Given the boring pattern we have been in, that does not look too bad. Unfortunately, high-resolution models look much different.

Here is the NBM over the same time period.

Yikes! That is why for now, I don’t have a lot of faith in the forecast.

I have an early appointment tomorrow morning but I will post in the afternoon. Thanks for following and supporting the site!

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