The mountain is reporting 8 inches for Monday morning's report, which brings the total to 9 inches since Saturday night. Great to see the storm play out just as expected and in line with my final forecast of 4-8 inches. Get out there and enjoy the Monday morning POW!
There could be few additional snow showers through midday Monday but additional accumulations will not amount to much. Temperatures will climb into the low 20s through Monday afternoon under partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Clearing skies and dry weather will then take over beginning on Monday evening and dry conditions will continue to be the story for Tuesday, Wednesday, and into Thursday. Expect partly to mostly sunny skies each day, with temps rising into the 20s on Tuesday and back into the low 30s for Wednesday and Thursday.
Our full attention will now remain locked onto Thursday night through Sunday, December 15th as multiple waves of storm energy, abundant moisture, and cold temperatures drop into northern Colorado. Start planning now if you're itching for soft turns over the weekend of December 14th and 15th. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday could all offer the goods but stay tuned as we dial in the details throughout the week.
Looking further ahead, we could catch a short break during the week of December 16th ahead of additional storms after Wednesday, December 18th. Great news as we head into the holidays!
Thanks for reading and stay tuned!
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