Dec 162010
 
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The forecasts and models continue to be all over the place this morning. It looks like we will get fairly persistent precipitation all day, but how much will be snow and how much will be rain is up in the air. The weather service shows minimal accumulations in their text forecasts for many areas. But, they have this graphic posted on their site:

Winter Weather Advisory

Winter Weather Advisory

And most models are still showing a reasonable shot at another quarter to 3/4’s of an inches of water precipitation(some even more). But, the snow level outlook is right around 6600-6700 feet. So that will we will probably bounce back and forth between rain and snow until tonight.

Snow Level - NWS - 11am MST

Snow Level - NWS - 11am MST

Looking further out, there is an on-going chance of rain and snow through the holidays. It will all depends on the the direction of the storm pump. This current storm seems to have started with the pump directed even to the south of us.

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