Snow is supposed to come in later as some energy rotates around the low.
And this weekend...
OVER THE WEEKEND IT LOOKS LIKE THE NEXT UPPER LEVEL CLOSED LOW
WILL TRAVERSE ACROSS THE STATE FROM THE DESERT SOUTHWEST. THIS
SHOULD DRAW UP ADDITIONAL MOISTURE AHEAD OF THE APPROACHING LOW
AND THEN GENERATE AREAS OF HEAVY RAIN AT TIMES ON SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY. 700 MB TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO DROP TO THE -4 TO -8
DEGREE RANGE...SO THIS SHOULD BRING THE SNOW LEVELS
DOWN...ESPECIALLY SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING. THE HIGHER
FOOTHILLS COULD SEE ACCUMULATING SNOW WHICH WILL ALSO HELP OUT THE
HYDROLOGY SITUATION TEMPORARILY.
Pretty interesting for this time of year to see the forecasters talking about lower snow levels helping the hydrology situation...meaning flash flooding risk. Flash flood watches are up for I-70 in the foothills so be careful out there.
Edited by NayBreak - 5/5/15 at 2:15pm