Solspot Central US and Rocky Mountain Weekly Snow Forecast for 02/01/2012

Posted by on May 1, 2012 in Snow and Weather Forecast for the Central US | 0 comments

Rockies and Central US short-range Snow forecast

After a fairly mild start to the week snow wise, we’re looking at some new late week action headed for the Central US and Rockies.

A new storm system is headed towards the region, and is expected to start bringing some snow to Utah and the Northern Rockies tonight moving its way southward early tomorrow. oakley femme pas cher Stand out resorts could be seeing 7 to 11 inches Thursday and Friday night, while typical spots in the region are looking closer to the 3 to 7 inch range. Chaussures Nike You gotta love that Gulf of Mexico tap. Nike Air Max Baratas It could mean some pretty heavy numbers for northeast Colorado and even the Southern Rockies (NM).

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
This weekend could be a little interesting…

That upper low that is expected to bring snow through the end of the week is going to get cut off right over the Central US and Rockies this weekend as high pressure builds to the west. mochilas kanken There could still be some moisture circulating around and unsettled weather bringing some more snow to the mountains over the weekend. adidas y3 pas cher The models aren’t completely convincing, but there is a chance.

Early next week is looking pretty dry as high pressure builds over the Western United States, and the Rex Blocking pattern keeps most storms at bay.

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