huge high pressure system from the north still appears to be camped out over the central plains and the rockies, and it just keeeeeeeps pushing mooooooore cold weather and precip over here to the east coast and failing to bring anything behind it over the rockies and tetons.
good news is that there's been a LOT of that precip to speak of over here, so hopefully once a new system FINALLY decides to take over the central corridor and stop pushing it all east, a lot of it will start falling on the mountains out west. the problem is nobody knows on timing. it could happen in 2 days, it could happen in 10+, it's all up in the air, so to speak.
while im happy im not missing anything special as far as early season, i dont want it to be dismal when i move out there in a month, so everybody start doing some snow dances and shit.
"The best way I can describe it is it felt like somebody bungee jumped off my right nut."
-Ken Griffey Jr. on what it feels like to break your groin.
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