SurfnSnowboard wrote:I was just looking at the 00z GFS run and that front does look really cold for this early in the season. Definitely some good snowmaking weather if nothing else.
.LONG TERM (FRI-MON)...THE UPPER LOW WILL MOVE ACROSS NRN CA THU
NIGHT AND FRI...THEN INTO THE GREAT BASIN BY EARLY SAT. WHILE THIS
TRACK WILL NOT BE FAVORABLE TO PRODUCE WIDESPREAD SIGNIFICANT
PRECIP ACROSS THE REGION...A COUPLE OF DECENT VORTS WILL PUSH ACROSS
THE REGION IN THE CYCLONIC WEST NORTHWESTERLY FLOW ALOFT. THERE
SHOULD BE ENOUGH MOISTURE AND INSTABILITY TO BRING SOME SHOWER
ACTIVITY TO THE REGION...MAINLY FROM LATE THU NIGHT THROUGH FRI
EVENING. THE FLOW PATTERN WOULD LIKELY BRING THE BEST CHANCES OF
SHOWERS TO AREAS NORTH OF POINT CONCEPTION...THE NORTHERN MOUNTAIN
SLOPES AND EASTERN LOS ANGELES COUNTY. EXPECT RAINFALL TOTALS TO
GENERALLY AVERAGE ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH...WITH LOCALLY
HIGHER TOTALS POSSIBLE N OF PT CONCEPTION AND IN EASTERN LOS ANGELES
COUNTY. SNOW LEVELS WILL DROP RATHER SHARPLY...ESPECIALLY LATE
FRI AND FRI EVENING...POSSIBLY DOWN BELOW 4000 FEET WHICH COULD
CAUSE SOME PROBLEMS ON INTERSTATE 5. IT WILL LIKELY BECOME BREEZY TO
WINDY ACROSS MUCH OF THE REGION LATE FRI AND FRI NIGHT.
0LI wrote:Ryan wrote:Dry is perfect as long as it's cold.
no, dry is not perfect!
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