Solspot Central US and Rocky Mountain Weekly Snow Forecast for 1/4/12

Posted by on May 4, 2012 in Snow and Weather Forecast for the Central US | 0 comments

Rockies and Central US short-range Snow forecast

Short-range forecast is pretty much looking miserable as far as new snow goes… Soldes Nike Pour Homme but most resorts are open and if you don’t mind snow formally known as freshies… you could be in luck.

The short-range forecast is looking pretty crappy as high pressure keeps things high and dry over most of the region through the end of the week. A shortwave low moving through Washington today could start to bring some snow to Montana’s northern Rockies later today into Thursday morning, and then creeping down into northern Wyoming late Thursday into Friday. fjällräven kånken pas cher Unfortunately farther south the temperatures aren’t looking very conducive to snow. Nike Air Max Dames A good number of resorts are in the upper 30′s and 40′s today… Nike Paris so much for pow, wet snow is about as appealing as the ugly festive socks you got for Christmas.

If you are heading to the mountains or just want to see what sort of conditions have been hitting your favorite slopes, click the regions below and you will be able to find a list of the resorts in that area.

Colorado | Montana | New Mexico | Utah | Wyoming

Rockies and Central US Long-range Snow forecast
Looking further out, the weekend has a little bit of hope.

There could be a little bit of accumulation farther south over the weekend but the Northern Rockies are still the stand out area. This is all thanks to a sympathetic shortwave low due to move into the southern part of the region Saturday. Its hard to say how much snow will be brought to the region, but it looks like the majority of it will be confined to New Mexico and southern Colorado, late Saturday into Sunday.

And next week… Nike Air Max 2016 Heren Zwart there could be another shot possibly late Tuesday into Wednesday as another cold front approaches. nike air max 1 pas cher Its still kinda far out though, so its hard to tell.

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