SaturdaySeptember 28th, 2013 at 5:25 am by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
We’ll be 10-15 degrees warmer than average today with highs in the low 80s. The overnight models have delayed the rain by a couple hours, so I think most areas will stay dry through 11 PM or midnight. A band of moderate rain will move from WNW to ESE across the area overnight into early Sunday with most areas getting 1/4 to 1/2″ of rain. The NAM model gives G.R. 0.32″, the Euro. has 0.18″ and the GFS has the most with 0.50″. The rain should be east of Jackson and Lansing by about 10 or 11 am on Sunday with skies gradually clearing – again from WNW to ESE during the midday (early afternoon east). Monday – Wednesday look dry and mild to warm with a chance of showers beginning on Thurs. G.R. is +0.3 deg. above average thru Friday and -0.2 deg. below avg. for the year.
Snowfall in Wyoming: 14″ Deer Park, 11″ Cold Spring, 6″ Casper Mt., 3.3″ Gillette, 2″ Yellowstone N.P. Peak winds in Colorado (not from t-storms): 79 mph Mt. Abrams, 75 mph Swamp Angel, 71 mph Silverton. Some cool high temps. from Friday: 35 West Yellowstone, 37 Lander WY, 42 Cheyenne WY, 49 Dillon MT, 51 Denver CO, 52 Salt Lake City, 54 Elko NV, 76 Las Vegas NV. Some warm places: 78 Moosinee, Ontario, 9o Miami, 95 San Antonio and Corpus Christie.