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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Cool Weekend.






A cool dry airmass covers the area today, and will continue to do so into Monday. Mostly sunny skies will prevail with our afternoon high temperatures expected to be in the low-mid 50's this afternoon. It will be a tad cooler tomorrow with highs in the mid 40's to the low 50's. Monday should see the mid 50's. Our overnight lows will remain close to seasonal normal's and will generally range from 25 - 30.

Next Weeks Storm.

 At 5AM MST Wed Feb 8, 2012.

Valid At 5 AM MST Wed Feb 8, 2012.

Both the U.S. GFS and the European ECMWF forecast model runs this morning develop a closed upper-level low along the central California coast by around next Tuesday. They then drop it southward into the Baja region through the rest of the end of next week. 

This storm could produce scattered rain showers and perhaps a few thunderstorms over the area the middle of next week, along with higher mountain snows. That is if it doesn't move too far to the south. 

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