9/30/23 Saturday 9:20 am
Yesterday, I mentioned that I felt it would take longer to saturate the air today than the models were suggesting. This appears to be the case, and it should delay shower development until later today.
As is always the case the higher elevation locations will see showers first. Rain should expand in coverage as we approach late afternoon and into this evening. It looks like scattered showers will develop again tomorrow, but the most active day according to the most recent model runs will be Monday as a cold front approaches.
Some of the coldest air of the season so far will arrive late Monday. This could drive snow levels down to 9,000 feet late Monday night and Tuesday morning. I will be watching this closely.
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