Weather Story |
NWS Denver/Boulder, CO
For today and tonight:
Temperatures will be unseasonably warm again today with readings
around 70 degrees across the plains. A weak weather disturbance
moving up from the desert southwest will bring a chance of snow
and gusty winds to the mountains tonight. New snow accumulations
will be less than a couple inches. Wind gusts of 30 to 45 mph will
be possible along the east slopes of the mountains after midnight.
For Wednesday through Monday:
A weak upper level disturbance will cross the area later tonight
and Wednesday bringing some snow showers to the mountains as well
as increased winds. The plains will remain dry on Wednesday but
there will be more wind and slightly cooler temperatures.
Seasonal temperatures will cover the outlook area Thursday and
Friday with just a slight chance for some snow showers in the high
The entire outlook area has a chance for precipitation Friday
night through early Sunday as another system crosses the Central
Rockies. This system will also bring cooler temperatures and some
more wind to the area during that time.
Brisk northwest flow aloft will be over the outlook area later
Sunday and Monday. There may be a slight chance for some snow
shower activity in the high country on Monday.
Spotter activation will not be needed today or tonight.