Mountain Weather 12/2/2016

CB Avalanche CenterWeather

Date: 12/02/2016

We will see mostly cloudy skies with light snow developing throughout the day before tapering off this evening. Just a a few inches of snow can be expected by this upper level disturbance passing over the central Rockies. Winds look well behaved, light northwest winds up high. For the weekend, we dry out with warmer temperatures and strong sun before a good shot a snow early next week. Water cooler snow estimate… 6-12” by next Wednesday, 18” at Kebler/Schofield. Just to make things interesting..