A little more agreement

Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 7:25 am

The global models are beginning to make sense again…  It looks like we’ll have warm conditions for at least the next 5 or 6 days before a cool down starts to take place late in the week as the high pressure breaks down and our flow turns northerly.  Next weekend will likely be cooler with a chance for snow, although it’s still too far to know any details.

We’ll keep you updated!


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5 thoughts on “A little more agreement

  1. Steve

    Each run of the GFS looks worse than the one before it. Is there any hope in foreseeable future? And I know it will storm eventually, but since I’m only looking at the one model, just wondered if there’s any positive indications in some of the other indicators or models.

    1. Wasatch Snow Forecast Post author

      Honestly, there’s always hope for any time period beyond five days. It’s amazing how quickly models can go from totally dry to showing a system or two. In fact, as I type this, the 00z GFS is coming back in stronger with the the Friday wave that I mentioned in yesterday’s discussion, so it may only be another five or six days before we see accumulating snow again. Keep the faith!

    2. Wasatch Snow Forecast Post author

      Also, to answer your question about the other models, the EC and the GEM have both been pretty consistent with this system as well. One thing looks for sure, we’re going to cool down a lot later this week into next weekend. And hopefully a bit of snow too!

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