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8 Dec 2013
light snow here in DSM at 630 am......
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14 Nov 2013
The euro at hr 240 has cold air all the way to mexico....and it appears 2 very strong high pressures together.....but How do we get these strong NE winds across the midwest into mexico??? Am I missing some upper level feature?
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22 Sep 2013



Forecast for 10 miles south of Leadville, co

twin lakes , co forecast

Tonight Rain and snow showers, becoming all snow after midnight. Some thunder is also possible. Low around 25. Windy, with a southwest wind 15 to 25 mph becoming west 25 to 35 mph after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 45 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. Total nighttime snow accumulation of 4 to 8 inches possible.

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A-basin.....
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22 Mar 2013
Snow NE of Den.... here we go!
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24 Nov 2012
I have read many of the factors that should make this winter different...I had been optimistic up until now. I am seeing some of the same things happening this year.... long range models show good storms 10-14 days out...then we get within 7 days and "poof" they disappear....now Im reading about pattern changes again.... last year we read the same thing all winter....it never changed...we have seen some cold air, and I thought it was here to stay, but now long range models showing warm ups in Dec....same as last year. And now also the future pattern change might come in Jan/Feb....where have we heard that before? Why is the cold air not staying in place over central Midwest? Why is the moisture always dis-appearing? Is the drought we are currently in strong enough to suppress our storms? I am very worried....as I want snow, but I am more worried about lack of moisture thru the winter and into next spring/summer...as that will only make things worse.

Anyone care to point out errors in my thoughts? Or support them?

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