|Photo Credit: John McMillen|
We're running out the door shortly to see if we can get some data on these snow/rain showers that are moving across the Wasatch range from the north-northeast.
Yes, from the north-northeast. We're on the back side of a deep trough and that's where the flow aloft is coming from and we're seeing some weak convection pop up in the cold air.
This won't be a case to write home about, but we'll get more experience using the polarimetric capabilities of the radar in complex terrain.