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Winter Weather Forecast Discussion
 
(Latest Discussion - Issued 1904Z May 01, 2016)
 
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PROBABILISTIC HEAVY SNOW AND ICING DISCUSSION
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
304 PM EDT SUN MAY 01 2016

VALID 00Z MON MAY 02 2016 - 00Z THU MAY 05 2016


DAY 1...

...CENTRAL ROCKIES...

EXPECT THE GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OF
4-INCHES OR MORE TO BE LARGELY CONFINED TO THE HIGHER PEAKS OF THE
SAN JUANS.  RESIDUAL MOISTURE AND WEAK MID LEVEL FORCING IN THE
WAKE OF THE SYSTEM LIFTING OUT OF THE SOUTHWEST ARE EXPECTED TO
ENCOURAGE SHOWERS ACROSS THE REGION ON MON.  SHOWERS ARE FORECAST
TO DIMINISH BY TUE AS A SHARP RIDGE BUILDS ALONG THE ROCKIES AND
HIGH PLAINS.

THE PROBABILITY OF SIGNIFICANT ICING IS LESS THAN 10 PERCENT.

DAYS 2/3...

THE PROBABILITY OF SIGNIFICANT ICING AND/OR SNOW IS LESS THAN 10
PERCENT.

PEREIRA