A quick-moving storm the end of this coming week will warp eastward out of the southern Rockies, potentially brushing our area with a light snowfall by early Friday morning, but if it materializes, it most likely won’t be anything to get excited about.
The cold air will be plentiful, and ironically that’s part of the problem for snow-lovers. The northern jet stream directing the arctic air southward will also keep the storm track pretty far south, so that we may not see much moisture at all from that storm. Worth keeping an eye on though.
*by Jim Duncan