Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

Took some turns yesterday and the conditions are amazing. Soft snow with powder in the trees!

A quick update on the Saturday storm. Models still have a big range of .25-1 inch of liquid. The GFS is the weakest looking model and the Euro the strongest with some others in the middle. The storm is also speeding up a bit so most precip should fall during the day on Saturday. That means snow ratios of 12-15:1 since the air will not be as cold as at night. Going to go middle of the models and say 4-8 inches at the base and 8-12 inches on top.

Looks like we stay cold for the weekend and warm a little next week before another cold front with some light snow approaches towards the end of the week. Long range weather is in detail in the post below from yesterday. Travel safe, hope you all get out to enjoy the amazing conditions...BA

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