Mountain Weather April 1, 2015

CB Avalanche CenterWeather

Date: 04/01/2015

Unsettled weather is on tap for the next few days, but we aren’t looking at any significant snow producers. A large trough is making landfall over the Pacific Northwest and will lift across the Northern Rockies and Canada over the next few days, sending a series of shortwaves our direction. The first is a weak front which appears to fizzle in northern Colorado this afternoon, bringing increased winds and not much in the way of precipitation. A stronger front moves through on Thursday. It has improved dynamics, but is still working off of limited moisture, so we should see only light snowfall at best. The weekend weather looks favorable for costumes and slush huck conditions.