Weather Discussion & Outlook

A Trof of Low pressure on the West Coast is splitting into two pieces today. The northern part of that Trof is moving east of the Rockies and the southern part is hanging back over California this weekend. On Sunday that Low over will move over Nevada and then shift over Wyoming on Monday, and weaken as it crosses the Rockies.. This Low will bring some moist & somewhat unstable air with it, clouds will be approaching from the South-Southeast Sunday afternoon. Some showers & thunderstorms may show up as early as afternoon on Sunday, but more likely will begin Sunday evening and be on and off until Monday evening. By early Tuesday, this Low will be outta here and a Ridge of High pressure builds over us thru Wednesday or Thursday. Then the next Trof of Low pressure moves inland from the West Coast at the end of next week. This one looks like it will be colder than the one we have this week.

© Jim Woodmencey, meteorologist