Saturday, November 7, 2009

Still On Track........

Nothing new to talk about today. The weather for the upcoming 2 weeks still looks to follow in line with what we've been looking at all week. We got some rain and snow yesterday and last night from the weak storm that moved through. Saw a coating of snow on top of the mountain this morning on the web cams.  The colder air at night the next few nights should hopefully get the snow guns going again.

Cool weather will be in place the next few days. The next system to head our way will arrive around Wednesday. The initial cold front looks to bring light amounts of snow with colder air behind it. Something that is new is the model suggestion that the main low could dive down the coast bringing more snow and cold for Friday. Will have to watch the next couple of days.

Everything still looks to be on track for week 2 as the storms will try to dig more off the coast and bring us more than just dustings of snow. Monday morning's post will deal more with the details of the upcoming week's storms as the models will have a better handle on them. Also, the El Nino update as normal on Monday's. BA

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