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Storm Departs

By January 8, 2022No Comments


The storm system departs Colorado today.Not much else is going on, an inch or 2 here and there.

 We will dive into the Northern part of the Pattern over the next few weeks. There are a few notable dates coming up.  The main track has lifted to the north into Canada.

There is a secondary track that did graze northern Colorado during the last cycle.

Todays Stoke


Next Storm and AR’s

The next system takes a Northern track and arrives today ranging from the US Border up to Alyeska Alaska. The last time the system came through, there was an atmospheric river (AR) event in Seattle.

It will arrive this morning at Whistler Blackcomb, and move across Canada hitting resorts Revelstoke, Kickinghorse, and then Lake Louise.  Totals in the range of 8-12 cm. Did you see that, are used the metric system.


Another small wave hits the Puget Sound area and takes a northeast track.  By Wednesday, another band from the spinning storm intensifies into a small AR.  That AR, if it shows up, is within two days of the last time it came through, in the same place.  Here are the comparisons.


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