I’m up in Jackson, WY where the snow is flying. This same storm energy that is bringing powder to the Northern Rockies is also going to bring a chance for occasional light snow to the mountains of far northern Utah today. Beyond that, the rest of this week is dominated by ridging.
Just had a quick glance through each of the major models. Both the GFS and Euro try to break down the ridge later this week, but neither are overly successful. GFS would bring us at least some precipitation from the storm this weekend whereas the Euro drops the energy south in the form of closed low.
I’m not optimistic right now… Chances are we’ll have to wait until closer to mid-month for the storms to return… Until then, inversions are going to be a problem in many Utah valleys which means declining air quality.