December 21, 2014

Date: 12/21/2014

Conditions are eerily quiet this morning, kind of like that time I asked a girl on a date. However, this will all change as precipitation and strong winds move into our area today. Impressive Divergence aloft, or lift, combined with ample moisture and additional orographic snowfall are responsible for a winter storm warning being issued for our area. This disturbance will be impacting NW Colorado this morning and should be moving into are area mid-day or this afternoon. The storm will have moved east of our area on Monday night, but orographic snowfall could linger. Flat ridging will bring drying conditions Tuesday and Wednesday with the next storm lining up for Christmas Day.