We've reached the time of year where every wiggle in the jet stream becomes enticing.
Call it what you want. The November doldrums. Purgatory. There's not enough snow to ski in the central Wasatch and we need more.
I'm already getting inquiries about the storm later this coming work work week. My advice? Curb your enthusiasm.
That advice is not because I think the storm will be a bust, but because we are still a few days out and the ensembles are showing a wide range of possible outcomes, from relatively light accumulations to up to 14 inches at Alta-Collins. Typically, ensembles are underdispersive, meaning that range probably underestimates the full range of possible outcomes. In other words, we don't really know much yet except that a trough will be coming through and we'll probably see some snow.