CO/NM Storm System; The Week Ahead

Tomer’s Take: A strong storm system spins up in SE CO/NM tonight through 3/25 with heavy snow accumulation and 30-50mph wind gusts. The heavy snow continues into 3/26 in NM.

There are three additional storm systems lined-up for the West through 4/2.


Sierra: H PM 3/27-3/31.

Tetons: L/M Tonight, L PM 3/25-3/26, H 3/28-3/30.

Wasatch: L Tonight-3/25, M/H 3/26, H 3/28-3/30.

Colorado: H Tonight – AM 3/25, H 3/26 – AM 3/27, H 4/1-4/2.

Denver, CO: Rain initially, falling temps, turns to snow until 5am 3/25, 40-50mph gusts, drier after 5am 3/25.

New Mexico: H Tonight-3/26, H 4/1-4/2.

My afternoon forecast video update:

Current Setup

Water vapor satellite shows the developing area of low pressure in SE CO/NM.

There are additional storm systems lined-up in the Pacific riding a strong jet stream.

Orange/red = drier air aloft.

Forecast Radar & Satellite

Forecast Totals

Grand totals by late 4/2.