Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Little Change For Southwest
Took a quick look at the WRF-GFS forecasts from 00 UTC last evening at Atmo - found little change. The dry atmosphere we had at 00 UTC last evening (above) continues with little change through 5:00 pm MST on the 19th (below) - although drying is forecast to affect lower latitudes to our south and southwest. The forecast of total precipitation through the 19th (bottom) indicates the weather action stays well to our northwest, as cool season, atmospheric rivers begin to impact northern California, bringing very heavy amounts to the mountains there.
For more information on the strong storms that are about to impact the Northwest, see Jim Steenburgh's post this morning - link at right.
Posted by Bob Maddox at 7:32 AM