Cold Beginning to the First week of November with Inside Slider Pattern to Chill Out the High Country Sunday into Monday…Some Moderation in Temps by Mid Week…The Following Weekend Still Looks Unsettled
Saturday November 2, 2013
Posted at 8:35 am by Howard
Both global models seem to be pushing off the storm now until a week from this Monday or Tuesday….Stay tuned….
A change to colder weather is still in the cards for Sunday through Tuesday of the new week. This mornings model runs were even drier than yesterday which had at the least a slight chance of showers for Sunday. So the change in the pattern will benefit mostly the snow makers up on the hill VS the snow pushers in town…… Moderate Winds will come up later today and tonight…. Today may be the last 60 degree day for a long time!!!! Enjoy!! Sundays high will be closer to 40.
By Mid Week temperatures will moderate back to the low 50s from 30s Monday. The weather will remain dry for the next 5 to 6 days.
This mornings ECMWF lost next weekends storm while the GFS, (NOAA) model still has it. Although the ECMWF did not show a storm in its deterministic model run from 00z Saturday, the ensemble members are many enough to still have confidence at this time for a storm next weekend.
The Dweebs will have a more detailed discussion tomorrow Sunday if the models are fruitful or will wait until next week when the timing gets closer….
Dr Howard and the Dweebs……………………………………:-)