Tonight’s low temps should be warmer than they were this morning, however, Sunday’s high temps will be significantly colder. Most areas will struggle to reach 50 degrees in the lower elevations mid-40s or cooler for mid-elevations and ’30s above 8,500 feet. Same near miss on the precip with the heaviest snow (in our region) likely around Ouray.
Around here as I said, warmer overnight with an increase in clouds, then clearing skies by late morning and cool in the afternoon.
You may remember me seeing saying that I don’t believe this will be our last shot of true accumulating snow this month. The last couple of days the models runs have been showing a potent trough dropping in much further west affecting areas around Flagstaff then moving into our area. The timing would be between the 28th-31st. Here is a snapshot of what that looks like for the Euro and the GFS.
Here is the GFS
Here is the Euro
Both models are showing accumulating snow down to 6,500 feet. Given the length of time here (10 days out) the agreement between models is very encouraging.