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For over two weeks now, we have suggested in our Sunday Storm article how a significant pattern change will take place during the mid- to late- January time period. Often with a pattern change of this magnitude, a significant storm will be involved, that is certainly the case for this weekend. The forecast confidence in this storm has gone up, meaning that we have a better idea of how this storm will evolve, but as with every forecast, the outcome is never 100% clear. Nevertheless, let’s take a dive into our current analysis of this exciting, and significant, winter storm. Low pressure will begin to form tonight on the leeward side of the Colorado Rockies. Known as ‘Lee Cyclogensis,’ the leeward side of the Rockies is a common region where we see the formation of low pressure. It’s this low that will be responsible for this weekend’s weather from the Plains…