Forecaster still uncertain for high country snow totals
By Summit Voice
FRISCO — A winter storm rolling out of the Four Corners toward Colorado is billed as having the potential to drop several feet of snow in parts of the state, but even late Friday night, forecast models were still not in complete agreement as to where the heaviest snow will fall Saturday through Sunday.
National Weather Service forecasters have issues winter storm watches and warnings, as well as blizzard watches for almost the entire state, but the Denver-based forecasters warned that, “Summit County could very well get sheltered again in this Front Range storm.” The forecasters also said the upper low might eject farther south than previously anticipated, which would push the heavier snow amounts farther south. Click here for the latest updates and links to all the warnings. Continue reading “Colorado: Storm rolling in …”→
SUMMIT COUNTY — All those snow dances and sacrificial bonfires could pay off late this week as the weather pattern across North America looks to flip-flop, with high pressure in the West giving way to a broad Pacific trough that promises to bring widespread precipitation to the region.
Anywhere from 5 to 15 inches possible across the northern mountains; Summit County now included in winter storm warning
By Summit Voice
SUMMIT COUNTY — Our next storm is still poised to arrive in northern Colorado Friday night. A deep layer of moisture and a strong jet stream all combining under a northwesterly flow should help deliver decent snowfall to most of the area, with the mountains north of I-70 most favored for accumulations.