Sunday, March 9, 2014

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Update for Sunday-Monday

As suspected, the eastward progression of this event has slowed. In addition, the main dynamics for this storm stay a bit further north than anticipated. Isolated light rain (snow) showers will arrive overnight for below (above) 8,000 ft. Snow amounts will be reduced as well with 1-3" possible below 7,500 ft; 3-6" above 8,000 ft. Winds will crank up in advance this afternoon and overnight from WSW. The best timing for a short burst of Pow, above 8,000 ft, will be just before and during cold fropa which drives through Monday late morning. Monday afternoon will be breezy and cold above 8,000 ft, wind shifting from WSW to N, with isolated snow showers likely. If you dress warm, Tuesday has potential at high elevation; blue early and isolated snow showers later, but the N wind will bite.


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