December 3, 2014

Date: 12/03/2014

A conveyor belt of tropical moisture is streaming over Colorado under southwest flow. Despite high moisture amounts, some other ingredients needed for big snowfall amounts are lacking. The first pulse of moisture is passing overhead early this morning uneventfully. The next push is crossing Southern Utah and Arizona early this morning and looks to be a better snowfall producer. We should see light snowfall by midday as it moves into the Elk Mountains, with a few inches of accumulation, potentially more at the highest elevations. The next wave looks to arrive Thursday evening, bringing another round of snowfall before clearing on Friday.