Beginning this morning the San Juans will see increasing clouds and mountains winds as the next storm begins to move into the northern portions of our mountains. A short wave trough of low pressure carrying Pacific moisture arrives in the northern and central mountains today and eventually reaches the northern and western portions San Juans early Monday morning bringing potentially 3-6″ of snow then clearing starts by afternoon.
A cold front and the jet stream will create intense snowfall in the mountains north of us while the southern mountains get the remnants. But any snow is good snow since we have next to nothing in our mountain terrain.
Felices fiestas …
December 26th will be dry, and then we’ll be on the edge of the storm track for the rest of December and into early January.