Bluebird Days Ahead

Posted Monday, March 2nd, 2020 by Eric McNamee

TL;DR: Whole lotta nothin’ through Saturday as a ridge of high pressure builds in over the western US. The next chance for precipitation looks to come Sunday.

Yesterday we had a splitting trough move through the region that brought some snowfall to the state, but nothing stellar. Since then we have cleared out and the sun is shining.

Short-Term: Nothing much to talk about in the short-term with a ridge of high pressure building over the western US. This will allow for bluebird days and spring-like skiing.

Long-Term: We will remain quiet until Sunday as trough looks to dig down the west coast. Currently looks like this trough will split down the west coast and become a closed low off California. Still too far out to make any snowfall predictions but it looks like some moisture will make it our way.

NAEFS Plumes for Alta Collins (weather.utah.edu)

Make sure to stay tuned for any updates!

Eric

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