Staying dry through mid-week; next weather maker arrives Thursday
Another system swings through Thursday-Friday; rain & wintry precipitation possible
- Winds calm down through this evening
- Dry conditions continue through Wednesday
- Next chance of rain moves in on Thursday; possible wintry weather to follow
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
Drier (and warmer!) conditions continue through mid-week.
Winds will start to calm down as we head past sunset tonight. Overnight lows will drop into the 20s leading to a chilly start for Tuesday. We will warm up nicely though with highs heading into the 50s for most hometowns. A few more clouds will be present for Tuesday as a weak upper level disturbance passes through.
For Wednesday we have another mostly dry day with just a stray shower chance. Winds will be breezy throughout the day with partly cloudy skies. Afternoon highs will be warm again into the 50s. Overnight lows will stat to warm up too. Lows will read in the 30s and low 40s.
NEXT STORM SYSTEM
By Thursday we are tracking another storm system. It looks like this will bring us another round of rain later Thursday which may end as some snow showers in the mountains Friday. Models are hinting at the possibility for wintry weather, but snow fans don’t get too excited... Models are agreeing this wouldn’t amount to much but continue to check back for updates!
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