9/20/23 Wednesday 8 am
Yesterday, scattered showers and thunderstorms dumped a few hundredths to a quarter of an inch of rain across the forecast area. The models did a poor job of seeing this and downplayed the precipitation chances.
The models have not changed in the last 24 hours for today and tomorrow. Expect a dry day today. Tonight scattered showers will develop and become slightly more widespread overnight and into Thursday morning. Dry air will return by midday on Thursday. Depending on how much rain falls overnight and early Thursday morning, there may be enough residual moisture to spark a couple of storms.
Snow may fall below 11,000 feet. We will see dry weather move in for at least a couple of days, likely much longer. The models are eyeing a small disturbance to our south and they are starting to move that moisture in by Sunday. I will continue to watch it, but I have low confidence in that happening at the moment. Next week looks dry.
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