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Recurring Ridge

By March 31, 20212 Comments

There is a recurring Ridge that shows up at the same time every cycle. I bring this up because it is a day and a half early. The storms have generally been, on average, a half a day early. So this isn’t too out of the ordinary but we will keep an eye on it. This is usually an active part of the pattern, but with the weakening jetstream, it’s beginning to look more like it did in cycle 1 and cycle 0 (cycle 0 is the transformation from last years pattern)–weak.

The next Pattern storm predicted is for Crystal Mountain on April 2-3rd, that storm looks like it’s going to miss north with the retreating jet stream indicated by the blue line. Stay tuned.

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2 Comments

  • g says:

    Love your site! helped me to score a epic weekend in the San Juans last weekend!

    Any pattern change for Colorado upcoming?

    • Mike Holm Mike Holm says:

      Glad you had a great trip–I love Telluride and Silverton. The big change is spring is moving the jet north. This is a little early and winter will have a couple of more shots before its over.

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