It has been a long while when I have done a general update. Nothing too exciting out there. Something to watch and then a real warm up possible as long as we do not get the dreaded Back Door cold front!
Summary: This winter is destined to end above normal temperatures overall and below normal on snow, unless Monday’s system comes to rescue this. At this point I am not too bullish on snow hopes. The system will need to dig a bit more and form closer to the coast. There are factors pointing against a good accumulation. First it is during the day. Second we are marginal on temps, and third we are not super cold before it comes. All that being said, it is the last chance and it could surprise me! If it is going to it needs to really start showing on models today. As far as longer term, it appears the West Coast will have a deep trough a a big storm will affect the
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