Extended dry pattern for southwest Colorado

The Rōbert [Cholo] Report (pron: Rō'bear Re'por)

Looking into the future wandering through uncertainties I’m not seeing any weather pattern with copious moisture. It looks dry through the rest of the month, maybe longer. There are a few short waves visiting north of us but nothing to make it as far south as the San Juans. The long range models which are varied (3-6 week forecasts are mostly inaccurate)  show we’re stuck in a long wave (dry) pattern which is typical of la Niña influence in our area of SW Colorado.  Waiting for a pattern shift so enjoy the extended Indian summer.


Here is the precipitation forecast through next Tuesday according to the European model.



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