Bismarck ND – Coldest Apr 24 since 1875

Meanwhile, rain and snow are likely across much of the West through Monday. So much for Joe Biden’s global warming crisis.

You don’t believe it’s snowing today? Look at these snow cams today (25 Apr 21):

https://cams.mtnfeed.com/fullsize/CRYM5_l_1280x720.jpg
https://www.timberlinelodge.com/snowcameras/lodge.jpg?nocache=1619356433
https://www.mtbachelor.com/api/v1/cams/mtn/14
https://cache.snow.com/mtncams/Cowboy%20Mountain.jpg
https://cams.jacksonhole.com/webcam/codybowl.jpg

Snow will also develop across higher elevations of the Northeast and the Pacific Northwest and thence into the Northern High Plains and parts of Northern/Central California.

By Sunday evening, the rain and higher elevation snow will expand into parts of the Great Basin while rain moves into parts of Southern California. Overnight Monday, the rain and higher elevation snow will move into parts of the Southwest.

Rain and snow are likely across much of the West through Monday…

Light snow will also develop across the higher elevations of the Northeast overnight Sunday that will
gradually taper off by Monday evening.

Furthermore, a deep upper-level trough just off the Northwest Coast will move onshore on Sunday, moving to the Great Basin by Tuesday. The energy will aid in producing rain and higher elevation snow over the Pacific Northwest eastward into the Northern High Plains and extending southward to parts of Northern/Central California on Sunday.

By Sunday evening, the rain and higher elevation snow will expand into parts of the Great Basin while rain moves into parts of Southern California. Overnight Monday, the rain and higher elevation snow will move into parts of the Southwest.

In addition, winter storm warnings, winter storm watches or winter weather advisories have been issued for parts of Oregon, Nevada, California, Montana, Utah and Wyoming.

https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?x=13&y=262&site=riw&zmx=&zmy=&map_x=13&map_y=262#.YIWRUz9Ol_A

https://www.weather.gov/riw/

https://www.weather.gov/tfx/

https://www.weather.gov/rev/

https://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/discussions/hpcdiscussions.php?disc=pmdspd

Thanks to Oly for the snow cams.


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