Friday, January 19, 2007

Our low is too low for much snow

Colorado weather forecasters are always talking about "Albuquerque Lows." Those are the storms that slingshot moisture up from the Pacific and slam it, as snow, against the Front Range. There was some question whether the snowstorm-of-the-week would fly out of New Mexico. But look on the map jack. The low is down in Sinaloa. Too low. It's going to bootleg most of the moisture up into Kansas, leaving us only a dusting.
It won't be a big powder weekend on the slopes... but, with cold temps, the snow from last week should still be in great shape.

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