Solspot North America Weekly Snow Forecast and Weather Overview for 1/25/12

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in Home Page Weather, National Snow Forecast and Long Range Outlook, solspot | 0 comments

US Weekly Snow Forecast for North America: Ok so the Southwest US may have had the shortest winter ever (just kidding we still have a couple of months to go)…but while high pressure reasserts itself this week it does leave a window open in the Pacific NW…opening up the Cascades, parts of Northern California, and the Western/Central Rockies to some potential snowfall over the next week. Fjallraven Kanken

You can see that most of the SW coast of the US has already dried out and is actually warming up, melting a bunch of the snow we just had dropped on the region. nike air max 2016 goedkope The last of storm activity is moving across the country right now, leaving some snow in Utah, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming…and some scattered slush up around the North East.

Over the next few days the most of the new snow activity is going to take place over the Pacific NW and the Cascade Mountains. Scarpe Nike Italia The limited storm activity is going to drop a few inches of snow at the higher elevations, keeping the powered fresh, but possibly a little slushy if the incoming storms have a bit too much warm/moist air in the mix.

By Friday the latest Pacific NW storm will have slipped over the Northern Ranges and met up with some more moisture in the Central Rockies, Colorado and northern New Mexico where is should dust a few more resorts before drying out in its last push over the Central US.

Check out how much snow is coming down over the next 72 hours across the country.

West CoastThe Rockies and Central USEast Coast

The Long-Range Snow Forecasts are looking a little more promising…the high-pressure gets pushed down over the SW US and the storm track in the North Pacific seems to feed a string of Gulf of Alaska storms right into the Pacific NW that drive straight toward the Central Rockies powdering the NW US and eventually the Central US as we move toward the early parts of next week.

It looks like Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and the Western Rockies Resorts will be the big winners in terms of consistent snowfall but the amounts may not be all that impressive except in the cascades. nike air zoom schoenen

Keep in mind that a lot of the forecast snow for next week is coming from storms that haven’t even formed or moved out the North Pacific…so betting the farm on scoring freshies from them isn’t a sure thing. Goedkoop Nike Air Max 2016 Best we can do is keep an eye on conditions and see how they develop as we move into the weekend.

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