Snowy Sunday with light snow showers ending tonight while a shallow ridge high pressure will move into the area for a couple days acting to warm the atmosphere with NW flow. Wednesday things will start to change with a small short wave pushing down on the ridge giving mostly Wly to possibly SW flow ahead of a small trough cutting in.
My dad and I attended the 10th annual Storm Chasing Convention here in Denver this past weekend. It was an absolute blast to hear and see all the information presented in addition to the pictures and videos presented. We got the see the TIV and DOW from the Discovery Channel TV show. Here are some pictures from our awesome weekend!!!
Another active weather week in store for much of Colorado, mostly the western slope. Snow will develop on western slope and largely in SW CO by Sunday night. Monday morning snow will start moving into Metro area and increase intensity by late afternoon. Fairly light accumulations should be expected. Snow continue into late evening hours possible and ending over night. This large dynamic disturbance will move out of state on Tuesday. Another short wave system from NW will impact the western slope late in the week. A fairly strong High pressure will build in place over W CO giving continued NW downsloping flow