Mountain Weather for 11/29

CB Avalanche CenterWeather

Date: 11/29/2015

With the center of this low pressure centered over Evanston, WY, we will see continued southwest winds across the Elk Mountains, which tends not to be our prime orographic snow producing direction. Although southwest flow is not ideal, this low pressure has a -30ÂșC cold core, which will bring some enhanced snowfall in the form of cold air advection over the higher terrain through most of the day with a stronger pulse of snowfall this morning, before exiting our region this evening. High pressure moves in for most the work week before another evolving storm rattles into our area around Friday or Saturday.