Mountain Weather

Date: 02/01/2016

It aint over yet! The cold front which sagged south on Saturday, reversed course yesterday and gave us another extra boost of heavy snow yesterday evening and last night. Today that low will track along the CO/NM border, spinning more moisture our way under southwest flow. We will see showery periods of very heavy snow, then a break, then heavy snow again as the unstable atmosphere reacts to our mountainous terrain. Winds should remain light, with a switch from southwest to northwest flow as the low pressure tracks to the Oklahoma Panhandle, this should give one last thump of heavy snow for our zone. The rest of the week looks unsettled with 2-4” with each quick hitting storm.