Mountain Weather 11/27/15

CB Avalanche CenterWeather

Date: 11/27/2015

A closed low pressure system bobbling around to our West will continue to keep our area under southwest flow. This system lacks deep moisture, but enough moisture at the surface should allow a few scattered snowfall showers to pass through. Some enhanced lift will spin around the low pressure and pass up through Western Colorado later this afternoon and this evening. If the Central Mountains get a piece of this Vorticity, we’ll hopefully see some enhanced snowfall and pick up a couple inches of snow. For the weekend we’re likely to only see a few more light snow showers but the track of this closed low could still vary slightly and change that outcome. Moving into next week a ridge starts to build over the Western US and we’ll see dry weather move in.