Solspot North America Weekly Snow Forecast and Weather Overview for 2/01/12

Posted by on May 1, 2012 in Home Page Weather, National Snow Forecast and Long Range Outlook, solspot | 0 comments

US Weekly Snow Forecast for North America: Looks like the storms funneling in from the Pacific have managed to keep the Pacific NW in steady snow over the last few days…but those are finally drifting off to the east and are now starting to hit the central Rockies, dropping some fresh powder on the region.

This storm, while not the most snowy…will drop several inches of snow across the Central Rockies (Utah and Colorado) and maybe a little more across the northern states like Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. air max pas cher

The storm holds in place through at least early Friday and then pushes out over the plains warming up and heading out to sea over the Mid-Atlantic states rather than pushing further northward…so we are not expecting much new snow over the Northeast. nike air max 2017 pas cher

Over the next few days things sort of dry out…either that or move out of the mountains (like the Central Rockies Storm)…but the Pacific NW continues to see bouts of rain and even some snow as storms brush up against the higher elevations of the Cascades. Kanken Big You can see on our 72 hour snow forecast that the majority of the new snow will be aimed at the resorts in Washington State and Oregon.

Check out how much snow is coming down over the next 72 hours across the country.http://snow.solspot.com/forecasting-upcoming-72-hour-snow

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The Long-Range Snow Forecasts show the US drying out over the weekend and through the early part of next week…this is sort of a natural reaction to the last storm system that moved through…the new snow, causes colder air, and the colder air turns into a ridge/column of high-pressure that shuts off the storm track. Soldes Nike Pas Cher So the Central Rockies, and even a few of the eastern slopes of the Cascades can look for some semi-bluebird days as we head into early next week. Goedkoop Nike Air Max 2016

Further out it looks like the North Pacific is roaring to life again…this time getting a bigger, broader storm impacting the west coast around the middle of next week (next Wed-Thursday Feb 8-9). Cheap Fjallraven Kanken Classic If this comes through we could be looking at a larger winter storm with snow on tap for many areas in both the Cascades, Lake Tahoe area, and the Sierras.

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