Friday, May 3, 2013
With the exception of a few snow showers the other day, we’ve had a relatively quiet go of thing the last few weeks. That is set to change with moisture beginning to stream into the area this weekend. It’s still going to be relatively warm and we’ll mostly just have a small chance for high elevation afternoon showers tomorrow and Sunday. A low pressure system, however, will work its way into the area on Monday through the middle of next week bringing more widespread showers and thunderstorms to the area. Yes, there will likely be some snow, but it probably will be confined to above 8-9k feet. Sometimes heavier showers can push the snow levels down, so snowflakes will be possible down to 7,000 feet next week in these bursts.
I don’t think this will be a major storm in any way, shape or form, but it could offer a bit of creamy high elevation turns at times next week. It will also likely hamper any summer outdoor activities you’ve got going on. So just an FYI . . .