- The West is largely dominated by high pressure. A few small cold fronts will sneak through the eastern periphery through 1/23 with minor snow accumulation in MT, WY, UT, and CO.
- Ski the Northeast this Sunday-Monday with a Nor` Easter on tap.
- When will this pattern change for the Intermountain West? It could be a long wait and confidence is low. Potentially by 1/29 or later.
Infrared satellite shows the storm track and lack of activity across most of the West.
Looking down the road
A few small cold fronts will sneak through the eastern periphery of the Western high pressure. But, a larger pattern change could be a long way off. Below is one possible scenario around 1/29 with lower pressures building across the Intermountain West.
Let’s look at my snow forecast in two time periods.
1 small cold front sneaks through with minor snow in MT, CO.
1-2 cold fronts sneak through with minor snow in WY, MT, UT, CO.
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