Monsoonal waves for today and tomorrow followed by a cold front early Sunday

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Two waves in the current southwesterly monsoonal flow will cross the Steamboat Springs area midday today and later-afternoon tomorrow increasing the chance of showers both days. Locally heavy rain will be a possibility today and tomorrow.

The later arrival tomorrow of the second wave may allow showers to continue overnight Friday before some drier air is forecast to be over the area Saturday, reducing the chance of showers during the day. However, a strong storm currently over the Pacific Northwest coast will move eastward through the weekend, bringing a mostly dry cold front through the area early Sunday. There may be some light showers ahead of and along the front Saturday night into Sunday morning before skies clear with noticeably cooler but very pleasant temperatures.

Dry trailing waves later Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights will keep the cool but dry weather around through midweek before warming is forecast to occur by Wednesday afternoon. There is a possibility of smoke from the Pacific Northwest wildfires being transported over our region as the flow veers from the southwest to the west-northwest next week as well, but otherwise the weather should be classic early-September beautiful.

The cool temperatures will give way to seasonably warm days with continued cool nights for the rest of the work week. Latest numerical model runs have another wave in west-northwest flow approaching the Steamboat Springs area sometime around next weekend, so the forecast for then is uncertain.

Click to sign up for free weather forecasts for Steamboat Springs!

Click to sign up for free weather forecasts for Steamboat Springs!

23 June 2017

Support SnowAlarm!

Donate hereYour generosity directly supports this site!
Endurox R4 for exercise recovery
Drink this within 45 minutes of exercise to optimize recovery! Click here to learn more about exercise recovery and SAVE 10% with coupon code SNOWALARM10.
Amazon banner As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here now and then buy almost anything in the next day.
Contact me for information about advertising on this page

Yampa Valley Bugle image

Steamboat Springs
Ski-In / Ski-out properties
Email Dean
or call (970) 846-8284
RightWay Websites logo

Need a new website? Tired of your old one? By purchasing a website hosting package from me, the author of SnowAlarm, for as little as $299 setup and $14/month, you are directly supporting this site.

Advertise here!

Contact me for information about advertising on this page!

Advertise here!

Admin area