Tuesday, March 23, 2010

The April System within sight on GFS

Looking at the GFS models, they show a very significant large wave trough peeking into the southern western coast of California. Upper level looks immensely intense! Many have their eyes on this system to bring in the next/first events of severe weather.

Today, snow is in the forecast for Denver, and an upslope trend is beginning to set in place. Now just waiting for the skies to open with flakes. My hope is to see large flakes to start off the snow storm, hence this morning has shown some sunlight allowing the surface to be slightly warm. WARM SNOW IS FANTASTIC! The larger the better.

Last night I watched a dry line intrusion finally setting up the low in the SW Kansas, Oklahoma panhandle area. This is also evident on the surface plot.

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