Sunny skies and much warmer temps on Tuesday and Wednesday. Dry for most of Thursday ahead of heavy snow on Thursday night and into Friday. Dry on Saturday and Sunday ahead of another prolonged period of snowfall beginning around Tuesday, April 4.
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Tuesday - Wednesday
We'll start the day on Tuesday under clear skies and VERY cold temps. Temps on the mountain are currently hovering around 0°F but don't worry, temps will quickly climb into the 20s by midday and up into the low 30s by Tuesday afternoon.
We'll then receive another mild and mostly sunny day on Wednesday. Expect temps to start in the teens and rise into the 30s, along with wind speeds and cloud coverage increasing just a bit out of the southwest.
Thursday - Friday
Following the break on Tuesday and Wednesday, it's all systems go for our next round of snow that will arrive during the second half of Thursday and influence our weather through Friday. As of now, it still looks like most of Thursday will remain dry ahead of heavy snow arriving on Thursday night and continuing into Friday.
In total, I still like 3-6 inches from Thursday night through Friday. First chair Friday should be a great time to catch fresh tracks, with the turns getting deeper as the day goes on. We'll then see the storm wind down on Friday afternoon, followed by clearing skies by late Friday night.
Saturday & Beyond
We should receive dry weather under partly sunny skies through the upcoming weekend, April 1-2. Expect light winds and temps in the 20s on Saturday, followed by more cloud coverage and increasing wind speeds with temps in the low 30s on Sunday.
Looking ahead to the first week of April, you guessed it, we have another storm in store for Colorado. The details are still murky but it now looks like we'll receive light snow showers at times on Monday, followed by a wave of heavier snow sometime around Tuesday, April 4 and possibly into Wednesday, April 5. More details to come.
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