Friday, November 18, 2011

Midnight Snack

It was quite a pounding of snow this evening when the frontal band came through.  Alta-Collins picked up 6" of snow with .27" of water in 3 hours, including a 4" uptick on the snow interval stake from 9-10 PM.

Things are looking interesting for later tonight.  The precipitation to the west has some embedded stronger cells.

We're hoping we might see some deeper orographic convection over the mountains once this comes in.  We will be adjusting our radar scanning strategies more heavily on the Cottonwood Canyons area to allow for more frequent scanning if this turns out to be the case.  Keep your fingers crossed.

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