Mountain Weather 2/13/2017

CB Avalanche Center Weather

Date: 02/17/2017

The low pressure that was streaming moisture into our area on southwest flow has moved inland over the Mexico border and is now pushing that moisture into Colorado on south flow. South flow is going to leave us mostly high and dry today with mostly cloudy sky. The jet stream and main weather flow is north of Colorado leaving us in the no man’s land between these two weather features. This allows continued calm winds today. That low pressure will continue to move east creating up flow events in areas such as the Front Range. For us, we’ll see a drying trend this evening and a high pressure ridge building for the week.