Cooler Weather, but no snow

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 at 9:07 am

10-day Snow Forecast: Little or No Snow Accumulation Expected

Dry, western edge of the cold front went through last night.  A few showers around but nothing close to significant.  The result will be cool temps today and tomorrow and slight warming through the end of the week.  Ridge of high pressure should hold strong for at least a week and perhaps longer.  GFS backed off on its idea of a break through of the westerlies.  But it may flip flop a bit.  This time of year, it’s hard to have too much confidence more than a week away.

All in all, not good news if you’re eager for some snow to get this ski season started, but as always, we’ll let you know when something changes.


P.S. If you want snow, go to Denver… They are going to get hammered tonight and tomorrow with a foot or more possible in some suburbs of D-town.

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