Solspot Central US and Rocky Mountain Weekly Snow Forecast for 02/08/2012

Posted by on May 8, 2012 in Snow and Weather Forecast for the Central US | 0 comments

Rockies and Central US short-range Snow forecast

Snow fall numbers have been pretty low over the last couple days, but we’re looking at things picking up for the end of the week in the higher elevations of the Central Rockies.

(yawn) not much of an end of the week it looks like, with pretty small snow fall amounts predicted through the region. nike chaussures Low pressure moving through from a system that just hit California could mean some light accumulation tonight and early tomorrow morning. Adidas NMD Dames The Northern Rockies could get a little action Friday as a shortwave crosses to the north, but the rest of the region is looking quite a bit drier through the end of the week.

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.

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Rockies and Central US Long-range Snow forecast
The models have been a bit iffy on the long-range forecast. adidas chaussures homme Different solutions are not a very promising way to start your forecasting day, let me tell you.

This chart did show some promise though as cold arctic air comes out of the north, a couple low pressure systems are going to make their way towards the Rockies this weekend. Nike Air Max 2016 Heren Zwart Depending on the storm track, this could mean a healthy dose of snow for the end of the weekend.

Another large frontal system is expected to move across the Great Basin on Monday, which could bring another round of snow for the early half of next week. hogan scarpes shop Numbers are hard to say, but it could mean another round of light to moderate snow, especially for the southern Rockies.

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